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Students attend Southern 
for a lot of different reasons: 
to get an education, to pass 
the time, to gain status, to 
raise hell, to join a frat, to 
settle down, to learn 
something, to prove a point, 
to get a degree, to play foot- 
ball, to grow up, to get away 
from home, to get married, to 
follow in big brother's 
footsteps, to be with their 

friends the list is 

endless. 

No matter the reason one 
attends Southern, the time he 
spends here is filled with ex- 
periences. New experiences 
that before long become a 
somewhat daily routine, 
changed slightly every 
quarter— New faces, new 
places, interactions, constant 
changes. 

Besides the changes from 
the students point of view 
every quarter, other changes 
are very evident here at 
Southern. On campus there 
seems to be constant con- 
struction and new programs 
to open the doors for better 
education. Now if only a few 
minds would open, Southern 
would become an even better 
university. 




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The number 13 by some is considered unlucky. Those of us who have taken this road can 
vouch that it takes you where you want to go. 

In the next section of this book turn slowly and watch for your friends, familiar places, and a 
few thoughts of the year at U. S. M. 



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University of Southern Missis 
Hattiesburg, Mississip 
Becky Rutter • Editor 
Amy Nix • Associate Editor 




CONTENTS 



beginning 



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heads 120 

examples 144 

meats 172 

groups and subgroups . . 202 
individuals 314 




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26/The Hub, center for just about anything 






The Hub/27 



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30/Presented by the Department of Theatre Arts 







Dames at Sea 




Summer Quarter/31 



32/Things 





Things/33 





34/Places near-by 



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36/Homecoming 






Homecoming/37 





38/Faces 





Faces/39 



A Midsummer Night's Dream 




40/Presented by the USM Opera Theatre 




directed by Robert Mesrobian 



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Fall Quarter/41 





42/Campus Security 






Hoorah for Campus Security/43 




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50/State pep rally 





State pep rally/51 







52/Children 



Take from me the hope that I can change the future 
and you will send me mad. 



William Shakespeare 





Children/53 



ON READING TO A CLASS 

Before 

I opened my mouth 

I noticed them sitting there 

as orderly as frozen fish 

in a package. 

Slowly water began to fill the room 
though I did not notice it 
till it reached 
my ears 

and then I heard the sounds 
offish in an aquarium 

and I knowthatthough I had 

tried to drown them 

with my words 

that they had only opened up 

likegillsforthem 

and let me in. 

Together we swam around the 

room 

like thirty tails whacking words 

till the bell rang, 

puncturing 

a hole in the door 

where we all leaked out 

They went to another class 
I suppose and I home 

where Queen Elizabeth 

my cat met me 

and licked my fins 

till they were hands again. 

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Mother's Finest 



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Fall Quarter/59 



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Fall Quarter/61 



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Registration/65 




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The contentious war is over, the heroes return, 
Except the ones we tearfully learn 
Are missing in action or shrouded in death; 
All alike we recall with bated breath. 

The lonely deserter, the banished objector 
Remain in our minds as painful detectors 
Of something not right, of things to oppose, 
Of answers to riddles that nobody knows. 

Mason Leon Eubanks 



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On Friday, January 12, 1973, people at USM let loose and united it snowed. 



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78/Rain 





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80/presented by the Department of Theatre Arts 





directed by Dr. Blaine Quarnstrom 




Winter Quarter/81 






Watts, Reeves, and Carpenter 



without Watts 




62/Presentod by the UAC 





Presented bytheUAC/83 



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Campus Elections/89 




90/Trenqulllty 




Backup groups 




Lawrence and Roselle/91 












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The Adding Machine 







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Law Enforcement/101 



Lester Flatt & the Nashville Grass 



The Second Generation 



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The Mystery Rocket 




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Spring Quarter/105 




Pancake Eatin' Contest/107 




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April 28, 1973/117 




118/Graduation 




it was the best of times, 

it was the worst of times. 

it was the age of wisdom, 

it was the age of foolishness. 

it was the epoch of belief, 

it was the epoch of incredulity. 

it was the season of light, 

it was the season of darkness. 

it was the spring of hope, 

it was the winter of despair. 

we had everything before us, 

we had nothing before us. 

we were all going directto heaven, 

we were all going direct the other way 

Charles Dickens 




Graduation/119 






HEADS 






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Board of Trustees 
of State Institutions of Higher Learning 



William L.Waller 



Governor of Mississippi 



Members of the Board 

Thomas N. Turner Chairman of the Board 

Dr. E. E. Thrash Executive Secretary and Director 

Milton E. Brister 

Bobby L. Chain 

Dr. R.C.Cook 

Ross L. Franks 

Dr. Robert Walker Harrison 

M. PaulHaynes 

Dr. Verner S.Holmes 

Travis E. Parker 

W. M. Shoemaker 

Mrs. Miriam Quinn Simmons 

Boswell Stevens 

Mike P. Sturdivant 



1 22/Board of Trustees 




Dr. William D. McCain 

President 

of the University 





President McCain and grandson/ 123 



Dr. Charles W. Moorman 
Dean of the University 



1 24/Admlnistrative Officers 




Roger B. Johnson, Sr. 
Ad m i nistrative Assistant to 
the President 



CO. Smalling 
Financial Secretary 




B. Reed Green 

Director of Intercollegiate 

Athletics 



Dr. Peter E. Durkee 
Dean of Student Affairs 



Carl Lawrence 
Director of Place Bureau 



Pauline R. Stout 

Research and Editorial 

Assistant to the President 



Powell G. Ogletree 
Alumni Secretary 



Billy L.Green 
Director of Data Processing 




W. E. Kirkpatrick 
Director of Public Relations 




Ann Jordan 
Assistant Dean 
of Student Affairs 




W. Radar Grantham 
Associate Dean 
of Student Affaris 



Warren Dunn 
Director of 
Student Activities 
and the University Union 



BerengherBrechtel 
Assistant Dean 
of Student Affairs 




Barbara Ross 
Assistant Dean 
of Student Affairs 



1 26/Administrative Officers 



Marlow Robinson 
Assistant Director 
of Student Activities 



Dr. BillW.Shafer 
Director of Student 
Counseling 





W.V.Oubre 

Director of Campus Security 



Walter O. Conn 
Director of Student 
Aid and Scholarship 



Dr. Thomas Stan Martin 
Directro of Student 
Health Services 



Administrative Officers/1 27 




JackH.Tuggle 

Director of Personnel Services 



Joel R. Eakens 
Director of Physical Plant 




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Homer E.Sullivan 
Director of Housing 



Albert J. Jaeger 

Assistant Financial Secretary 



1 28/Admlrolstratlve Officers 






Kenneth E. Smith 
Chief Accountant 



Baker M.Farrell 
Director of Food Service 



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Cecil M. Klutts 
Purchasing Agent 



William T.Miller 
Director of Post Office and 
Telephone Exchange 



Dr. Jack A. Smith 
Administrative Assistant to 
the Dean of the University 




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Dr. Robert R. van Aller 
Dean of Graduate School 



Dr. G. Langdon 
Registrar 



Dr. Wallace G.Kay 

Director of George Robert Olliphant 

University Honors Program 



1 30/ Administrative Officers 





Gene D. Saucier 
Director of Admissions 



Richard T. Dodder 

Director of the Latin 

American Institute 





Dr. Warren F. Tracy 
Librarian 



Dean Gomer Pound 
Dean of the Division of 
Continuing Education 



Dr. Sidney E. Weatherford, Jr. 

Director of the Bureau of 

Institutional Research 




Administrative Off leers/ 1 3 1 




132/Gollege of Liberal Arts 



DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN 



Lt. Colonel David Chamberlin 
Dr. Roger Pearson 

Dr. Stanford P. Gwln 
Dr. Marcie C.Brown 
Dr. Roger B. Johnson, Jr. 



Areospace Studies 
Anthropology, Philophy 
and Religion 

Communication 

English 

Foreign Languages 



Dr. William M.Roberts, Jr. 
Dr. John R. Skates 
Colonel Guy Groff, Jr. 
Dr. William H. Hatcher 
Dr. Donald R. South 
Dr. Robert C.Rhodes 



Geography 

History 

Military Science 

Political Science 

Sociology 

Speech and Hearing Sciences 




College of Liberal Arts/133 




Dr. Shelby F. Thames, Dean 



1 34/College of Science and Technology 




DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN 




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Dr. George F. Pessoney 
Dr. John H. Bedenbaugh 
Mr. Danny R. Carter 



Biology 
Chemistry 
Computer Science 
and Statistics 

Geology 

Mathematics 

Medical Technology 

Microbiology 



Dr. Charles M.Hoskin 
Dr. David S. Caveny 
Dr. William G. Brundage 
Dr. Peter K. Stocks 
Dr. William E. Hughes Physics and Astronomy 
Dr. Gary C. Wildman Poiymer Science 

Dr. Charles Brent Director of the Institute of 

Environmental Science 



College of Science and Technology/1 35 





DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN 



Dr. Annelle Bonner 
Dr. PaulW. Peddicord 
Dr. John D.Alcorn 
Mr. E.Max Hunter 

Dr. RayS. Musgrave 
Dr. L.Conrad Welker 

Dr. Bobby N.lrby 
Dr. William V.Plue 
Dr. Herman Boroughs 
Dr. Richard Kazelskis 

Dr. Walter Cooper 
Dr. John Shaffer 

136/College of Education and Psychology 



Business Education 

Curriculum and Instruction 

Guidance 

Industrial and Technical 

Education 

Psychology 

Research and Human 

Development 

Science Education 

Special Education 

Coordinator of Graduate Studies 

Director of the Bureau of 

Educational Research 

Assistant Dean 

Acting Chairman of 

Library Science 





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Dr. Eric M. Gunn, Dean 





College of Education and Psychology/1 37 




1 38/School of Business Administration 




DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN 



Dr. Jerold J. Morgan 
Dr. JackC.Wimberly 
Dr. Louis K.Brandt 
Dr. Martin Stegenga 
Dr. Richard Vreeland 
Dr. D.C.Williams 

Dr. H.O.Jackson 
Dr. Henry A. Gottleber 



Accounting 

Economics 

Finance 

Management 

Marketing 

Director of the Bureau of 

Business Research 

Assistant Dean 

Coord i nator of G rad uate 

Studies 





School of Business Administratlon/139 




DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN 

Dr. J. Walter Lok Art 

Dr. William H. Poirier Art Education 

Dr. David Foltz Music 

Dr. William T. Gower Music Education 

Dr. I. Blaine Quarnstrom Theatre Arts 

Dr. Richard Prenshaw Assistant Dean 



140/School of Fine Arts 




DEPARTMENT CHAIRWOMEN 

Dr. Jewel Golden Eubanks Environmental Design 

Dr. Altra G. Hamman Family Life Services 

Dr. Mary M. McCarthy Food and Nutrition 

Dr. Mary E. Faulkinberry Home Economics Education 




School of Home Ecortomics/141 




Flora Baine 
Mr. Billy Cooper 



142/School of Nursing 



Elizabeth C. Harkins, Dean 










Mr. M.C.Johnson 

Dr. Wilbur L.Carr 

Dr. James W. Larson, Jr. 

Dr. Raymond Busbee 



Athletic Administration 

and Coaching 

Health 

Physical Education 

Recreation 

School of H.Y.P.E.R./143 



EXAMPLES 





VICKY GARRAWAY 




NANCY WILLIAMSON 




LINDA KENNEDY 





LYNN ROSE FILLINGANE 



Beauties/147 





DEBRA ANN ANDERSON 




PATTI EBERST 




MURRAY WOODSON 




JO ANN CAMPBELL 



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DEBORAH JABOUR 



Miss Southern 






Tonie Lynne Johnson 



Miss Southern/151 




MR. and MS. USM 



152/Mr.andMs.USM 




Vicky Foster 



Carroll Freeman 



Mr. and Ms. USM/153 




Homecoming Queen 
Terrie French 



154/Homecomlng 







Student Body Maid 
Deborah Jabour 




Graduate Maid 
Pam Smith 




Senior Maid 
JuanitaSims 




Junior Maid 
VickiMashburn 




Sophomore Maid 
Susan MacGregor 




Homecoming/155 



Freshman Maid 
Vicky Garraway 




HALL OF FAME 




Kay Paschal 




Mark Boyles 



156/HallofFamers 




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Steve Stewart 




Bill Patterson 



Vicky Foster 



HallofFarners/157 



Who's Who Among Students 
in American Colleges 
and Universities 



Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a 
matter of choice; it is not a thing to be 
waited for, it is a thing to be achieved. 
William Jennings Bryan 

The time is now, Southern, to strive for 
than greatness which is destined to be 
yours. 

Carolyn Fanning 







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College has been somewhat of a 
discipline and an adjustment of a 
completely different life style than 
most of us were accustomed to 
before we came here. Now, we the 
seniors are ready for another 
change— adjusting to the "real 
world"— perhaps the greatest 
change of all. I feel that I have 
received here at U.S.M. the best 
possible education, both in and out 
of the classroom. I've only just 
begun and U.S.M. has given me a 
good beginning. Many thanks. 
Roberta Little 



158/Who'sWho 



A great university is one that is a 
LEARNING institution rather than mere- 
ly a TEACHING institution. I hope USM 
reflects being a LEARNING institution. 
George E. McGee 





Academics are foremost in our 
university program; however, the 
"big gold" at this institution is found 
in everyday meeting, learning, un- 
derstanding, and loving those 
countless individual personalities 
that are USM. 

Carroll Freeman 



Who's Who/159 



Southern is progressing rapidiy in an effort to 
provide a broad education for its students. 
However, this progress will only be realized 
when students and administrators cooperate, 
and it is realized that human rights and 
education can progress hand-in-hand. 

Vicky Foster 




160/Who'sWho 




"The direction in which education starts 
a man will determine his future life." 

Plato 

At USM we have an excellent start. 
Debbie Oliver 



Garry Dearman 




Who's Who/161 




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Karen Michelle Jones 



USM has the potential to be one of the 
leading universities in the South, but it's 
amazing how slowly the administration 
is willing to progress. 

Robert V. Abbey, Jr. 




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Climb far, your goal the sky, 
your aim the stars. 

Paula Bounds 





USM provides opportunities 
whereby you can find God, 
yourself, and others— thereby 
making you realize what is of 
ultimate importance. 

Bill Patterson 



164/Who'sWho 




USM provided me with a fresh 
series of encounters to push out 
against, ideas to feel my way 
through, and obstacles to bump 
into; thus I was able to define 
myself. 

Susie Paul 





Through opportunities available at 
USM, I have learned the power of the 
individual. I know now that I am the only 
limitation on my future achievement. 
Steve Stewart 



It is an honor to be a graduate of Southern 
because I feel that it is an institution that has 
grown with the demands of the students and 
with the proper support it will continue to 
expand to meet the vast educational needs. 

Cindy Watkins 



Who's Who/165 



Benjamin Franklin once wrote, "as we must 
account for every idle word, so we must for 
every idle silence." Considering this, more 
of us at USM need to let everyone know 
where the best university in this state is. 
Let's Talk Southern! 

Mark K. Boyles 








Progressing in the equal opportunities area, I've 
seen Southern grow from approximately fifty to 
five hundred black students. Recognizing the 
contributions of blacks in all areas, including the 
teaching profession, Southern could progress 
even more. 

Juanita Lutisha Sims 



The world is full of people whose notion of a satisfactory future 
is, in fact, a return to the idealized past. Robertson Davies 

Chip Edwards 






A university in our modern society must learn to 
adjust to the varying trends of the times, and I 
hope USM will continue its progress in this 
manner. 

Rick Lambert 



Nancy Turner Sealle 



Who's Who/167 



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My thoughts are fond memories; my 
opinions are high; my ideas center 
around unity; and my hopes are for 
continued progress for Southern as 
a leading University. 

Terrie French 




To exist and not pursue is to be dead; to exist 
and pursue is to be alive. It is my hope that this 
University continues to afford its students that 
which it has afforded me . . . the chance to 
exist, the chance to pursue, and the chance to 
be alive. 

John Ellis Price 





Dixie Stokes 



168/ Who's Who 




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You have taught me to 
appreciate things and people 
that I would never have thought 
to appreciate. 

Kit Prestridge 







Southern is a "good" university. 
Many people have found 
knowledge here. But we should 
remember that the greatest 
enemy of a better university is a 
good university and strive to 
make Southern "the best 
place." 

Becky Boisture 







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A world within a world ... my 
existence for four years ... a 
basis for the rest of my 
life ... I love it! 

Margaret Peters 



Who's Who/169 




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174/Football 




The 72 football Golden Eagles tied 1 and lost 
2, while the Southerners won 3, lost 6 and 
decided to change their name before coming 
home. The opposition somehow found their way 
through the defensive web anchored by Cook, 
Dennery, Roberts, White, Byrd and Guy to score 
231 points in 11 games, while the USM offense 
generated 182. Consensus All-American Ray 
Guy boomed out punts at an average of 46.2 
yards a try, kicked the longest field goal in 
collegiate history, stole 9 passes and broke his 
ankle, all in one season, while Southern's pre- 
season hopes, expectations, and potential was 
torn apart by angry Bulldogs, Terry Davis and 
his wishbone-T, Little Oranges, Tigers, and 
referees from Atlanta. It was a year of gloom 
brightened only by an opening victory, two 
others, and many outstanding individual per- 
formances. Buddy Palazzo completed 160 
passes that covered over 1800 yards and led to 
eight touchdowns. He was the team's second 
leading rusher with 329 yards. Most of his 
passes sailed into the hands of Doug Parker and 
Marshall Veal. Parker dazzled the fans and 
defenders time and again, as he pulled 41 
receptions out of some strange place-. Wilson 
Plunkett produced an average of over five yards 
every time he touched the ball, but he only got to 
carry it 59 times due to a persistent early season 
injury. Doyle Orange streaked for 935 hard 
fought yards and crossed the goal line 9 times, 
45% of the total TDs. On defense it was 
performance understated by statistics by one of 
the finest linebacking corps in USM history, led 
by middleman Mike Dennery and balanced by 
Gantt, Huettel, Cheatum, and Roberts. Big Fred 
Cook intimidated coaches, quarterbacks, and 
opposing blockers, game after game. Fred 
Meyer, Doug White, and Eugene Byrd were 
outstanding. And then there was Guy. The 
performer of performers went from arena to 
arena impressing players, press and personnel 
people for professional football. He became the 
first round draft choice of the Oakland Raiders. 
Playboy's pre-season prediction proved true as 
Ray Guy became USM's first University division 
All-American. The players performed well but 
the team didn't; the dynamically talented 
Southerner-Eagles won but 3 times in eleven 
tries, and of course there will always be an 
eternal asterisk beside the 13-9 score in the 
minds of the partisans and players of USM 
football 72: *grand larceny. 



Football/ 175 




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Bo Cockfield 


Dale Forchetti 


John Tapper 


Robert Wright 


John Sawyer 


Jim Montgomery 


Jim Helms 


John Darling 


Donald Wayne Bridges 


David McPhillips 


Larry O'Radat 


MikeHolley 


Mickey Hudson 


Nevil Barr 


Eugene Bird 


Larry Jones 


Wilson Plunkett 


Don Knobloch 


Doyle Orange 


Tom Henderson 


Marshall Veal 


Ed Turner 


Terrence Wells 


Dennis Rossello 


Doug Parker 


Gary Mitchell 


Tom Moore 


JoeGanse 


Johnny Dragg 


Lamar Howell 


George Hunt 


Kevin Looman 


Doug White 


Dennis Malone 


Cooper Huckabee 


Bob Schmidt 


Wally Ballard 


Mike Moon 


Rick Palmer 


Clifton Fussel 


Buddy Palazzo 


Jim Boesch 


Harvey McGee 


Steve Huettel 


Gerry Saggus 


Roger Hardman 


Don Matter 


T. A. Ricks 


Jim King 


Barton Powell 


Larry Long 


Ray Guy 


Gary Roberts 


Clint Tapper 


Bob Flanders 


Mike Dennery 


Jerry Hurt 


Fred Meyer 


Mike Smith 


Lee Coleman 






Steve Dunn 


Fred Cook 






Joe Bryant 


Ron Peters 






Rick Gemmell 








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STAFF 

Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Reed Green 

Faculty Athletic Chairman Dr. Lloyd Milam 

Assistant Athletic Director C.J. (Pete) Taylor 

Head Football Coach P. W. (Bear) Underwood 

Assistant Football Coaches James Berry, Hamp Cook, 

Bob Hitch, Buddy Nix, Fred O'Connor, 

Barney Poole, Henry Rath 

Sports Information Director Ace Cleveland 




Football/183 




ssy Brockman, Buck Black, Lula Fuller, Cedric Brown, Nancy Williamson, Charlie Graham, Terrie French, Tommy 
ewer, Pam Shields. Pictured below: Robbie Smith. 



General Nat was honorably discharged as USM spirit 
took to the skyways under the leadership of the Golden 
Eagles. At Homecoming '72 the General gracefully 
bowed out, but for the Southern spirit leaders, work 
began and persisted long before the emotional peak at 
Homecoming. Led by the untiring efforts and SPIRIT of a 
modern day Man of LaMancha, USM Spirit Director, 
Gary Dearman utilized his crew of dauntless crusaders 
and volunteers to bring that intangible ideal of school 
spirit closer to home than it has ever been at Southern. 
Never satisfied with each new ebb and accomplishment 
the Southern cheerleaders went on and on to lead the 
students, support the students and promote spirit. Their 
presence was known in good and in bad with never a 
head hung in despair of shame but always that anxious 
smile of optimism. Chosen to lead Spirit, this crew of 
golden birds rose high, high above their call. 





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With nowhere to go but up, the basketball 
Golden Eagles won 33% more games than did 
they in 71-72. The yearlong victory drought 
came to a halt in the second game of the season 
when USM whipped Spring Hill, 111-88, before 
a sparse crowd that would grow in size and 
enthusiasm as the season wore on. The Eagles 
of Coach Jeep Clark ended the season with an 8 
and 16 record and heads held high with 
optimism over improvements to come. A dual 
blessing came to the flock when the dynamic 
duo of Glenn Masson and Steve Greene 
migrated into the Coliseum and became USM's 
number 1 and number 2 scorers respectively. 
Casey Price led an improved attack on the 
boards and was backed strongly by newcomers 
Royce Woolever and James Palmer. Danny 
Thornsberry delivered beautifully for a second 
consecutive season. 




Basketball/187 




188/Basketball 





FRONT ROW, left to right: Steve Greene, Al Lahr, Danny Thornsberry, 
Glenn Masson, Buddy Davenport, Bobby Bowden, James Simmons. 
BACK ROW, left to right: Ernie Burton, Jim Simons, Steve Gittleman, 
Royce Woolever, James Palmer, Casey Price. 



Basketball/189 



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USM 77, Houston 104 

USM 111, Spring Hill 82 

USM 84, West Texas State 99 

USM 60, Ole Miss 88 

USM 94, Delta State 77 

USM 84, Southeastern Louisiana 74 

USM 66, Louisiana Tech 87 

USM 87, Utah State 91 

USM 80, Tennessee at Chattanooga 81 

USM 105, Missouri at St. Louis 83 

USM 83, Centenary College 1 06 

USM100,Tulane105 

USM 86, Northeast Louisiana 83 

USM72.LSUN071 

USM 81 , Centenary College 97 

USM 88, Northwestern Louisiana 107 

USM 88, Old Dominion 110 

USM 86, University of N. C.-Charlotte 96 

USM 60, University of S. Alabama 66 

USM 1 03, Georgia Southern College 76 

USM 78, Tennessee at Chattanooga 98 

USM79.LSU107 

USM 80, Pan American University 77 

USM 84, University of Corpus Christi 92 





USM's spiked Golden Eagles flew straight up through 
the middle of the season with nine straight victories, but 
then took a late season nose dive to level off for a 1 2 and 
12 season. The stars were many during a year of home 
wins and road trip disasters. At the top of the list and the 
statistical totals at the end of the season stood pitcher 
Buddy Davenport, slugger Wilson Plunkett, scrappy 
Darryle Lauderdale, and top hitter Tommy Adkins. 
Davenport took half the USM victories as his own, 
including 4 during that 9 game sweep. Star footballer 
Wilson Plunkett wooed the spectators and pro scouts 
with his .405 average, 3 tape measure roundtrippers, 
and 20 RBI's. Lauderdale stroked the ball at a .346 clip, 
and streaked the bases like a roadrunner once aboard. 
Tommy Adkins led the team's hitters with a .464 
average, but batted only 28 times. 




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Eddie Chanove 
Billy Breene 
Dale Forchetti 
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Ricky Sutherland 
Perry Bracey 
Steve New 
Buddy Davenport 
Wilson Plunkett 
Jack Rodriquez 
Sammy Smith 
Daryl Lauderdale 
Jimmy Day 
Homer King 
Bobby Muhs 
Bert Brennen 
Clint Hill 

Treadwell Davis, Jr. 
Gary Krebs 
Tommy Adkins 
Craig Stephens 
MikeSuber 
Cliff Kirkland 
Bob Fredrick 
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Pete Taylor, Head Coach 




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FRONT ROW, left to right: Ricky Creel, Randy Bullock, Joel Gardner, Alan Carr, John Bishop, Donnie Tynes. BACK 
ROW: Sam Ford, John Kramer, Dick Cowart, Coach "Doc" Harrington, George Puckett, Andy Campbell, Bobby 
Pilgrim. 




KNEELING, left to right: Susan Thomas, Jo Wilson, Gail Bishop, Debbie Malone. STANDING, left to right: Barbara 
Vlehweg, Betty Beard, Sally Courtney, Pam Griffin. Not pictured Janet Poole. 



Tennls/197 



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Earl Thames 
Robby Hayes 
Jud Vance 
Randy Hines 
Ronnie Stephenson 
Charles Myers 
Mike Greene 
MikeBlanchard 
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Tulane 386 

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Tulane Tournament 

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LSU Tournament 

Miss. State Tournament 



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USM 395 

USM 389 

USM 382 

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W— Hillcrest 

M— The Jokers 
W— Pinehaven 

M— The Weaklings 



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W— The Independents 



lntramurals/196 




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Intramural athletics involves more students than any other organized activity on the campus, excluding maybe classes. 
This year the department was blessed with an untiring Director that developed each sport into a highly professional, 
coordinated competition. His name is Gary Hannan, and his energy and enthusiasm is known by all who participated in 
Intramurals. On the competitive side it was a student named Perry Coggins and his corp of super athletes of all sorts, 
sizes and sports, that dominated the men's scene. They called themselves The Jokers and they are now known as the 
Overall Intramural Champs for 72-73. Their strongest competition came from Kappa Sigma. The highlight of the season 
came early when the Black Panthers met the happy-go-lucky Nads for the men's football title. The Nads came away with a 
victory in that little Super Bowl. They were sparked by a brilliant performance from a southpaw quarterback named 
Muhs. Women's participation increased this year and with it, so did the competition. In the end it was the group of 
feminine athletes named The Independents who rose above the rest. Alpha Sigma Alpha and Hillcrest provided staunch 
competition all the way. 



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Table of Contents for 
Organizations 

205 Greeks 

244 Honoraries 

250 Academic Honoraries 

255 Student Government 

261 Media 

271 Fine Arts 

287 Professional 

293 Military 

298 Religious 

304 Miscellaneous 




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Table of Contents for 
Organizations 

205 Greeks 

244 Honoraries 

250 Academic Honoraries 

255 Student Government 

261 Media 

271 Fine Arts 

287 Professional 

293 Military 

298 Religious 

304 Miscellaneous 




GREEKS 




Panhellenic Council 




FIRST ROW, from left: Jody Robinson, Delta Zeta; Mary Roberts, Alpha Sigma Alpha; Pam Shields, Delta Gamma; 
Becky Snellgrove, Delta Zeta. SECOND ROW: Barbara Ross, Assistant Dean of Students; Tena Clark, Phi Mu; Laurie 
Brock. Kappa Delta; Lisa Sims, Kappa Delta; Brenda Schmidt, Pi Beta Phi; Judy Price, Phi Mu; June Dale, Chi 
Omega. THIRD ROW: Jamie LeNoIr, Sigma Sigma Sigma; Jeanne Taylor, Delta Delta Delta; Beth Selby, Pi Beta Phi; 
Cindy Slinkard, Panhellenic President, Delta Zeta; Eva Everitt, Chi Omega. 

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Alpha Sigma Alpha; Sally Rogers, Delta Gamma; Faye Morie, Delta Zeta. SECOND ROW: Sally Williams, Delta Delta 
Delta, Celia Byrd, Sigma Sigma Sigma; Linda Kennedy, Kappa Delta; Barbara Ross, Advisor; THIRD ROW: Charlotte 
Mioton, Sigma Sigma Sigma; Carol Miller, Delta Delta Delta; Frantone Pandedos, Delta Zeta; Anna Sentell, Delta 
Gamma; Odette Robb, Pi Beta Phi. FOURTH ROW: Vicky Waters, Phi Mu; Katerine Banks, Phi Mu; Anne Miller, Chi 
Omega; Susan Smith, Chi Omega. 

206/Panhellenlc Council 



Interfraternity Council 




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IFC from left: Rodney Smith, Administrative Vice President; Gene Zieback, Public Relations; Dick 
Weathersby, Treasurer; Dave Brandon, President; Bill Cloud, Secretary; Mike McGee, Rush 
Chairman; Dewey Wilson, Social Chairman. Not Pictured: Steve Stewart, Judicial Vice President. 




Junior IFC Officers: from left: Jeff McKasson, Mike Ernst, William Richards, Jim Waters. 



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HONORARIES 







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Phi Kappa Phi 



Scholastic Honor Society 
Let the love of learning rule mankind. 



Lester Haddox 
Dr. James CWaites 
Flora Lee Bain 
Dr. HughFruge 
Dr. Roger Pearson 
Dr. Richard Prenshaw 
Dr. Robert Rhodes 
Dr. William T.Schmi 
KatherineGoerss 
Nita Stamper 
ElmoJ.Soignier 
terry R. Hummer 
Edwin R. Massey 
Joe Dekalb Roberts 
Justus P. White, Jr. 
Rosamond Joy Alter 
Lois Bailey 

Susan Judge Bardwell 
Janet Gaye Baugh 
Thomas J. Bergman 
Rebecca Ann Boisture 
Tommy R. Bourner 
PeggyJ.Dickerson 
William Kemp Carter 
Wanda L. Cleveland «#» 
Rebecca Holmes Dearman 
Clarice Annette Denoux 
David Ernest Dwyer 
Jacquelyn Diane Edwards 
Karen Lee Ford 
Victoria Ann Foster 
Lyman W. Fritz 
Janice Garner Gibson 
Catherine A. Goellner Jay 
Perry Gordon Griffis 




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Barbara Jane Harvey 
Carol Michelle Hudson 
Imogene Pickett Huffman 
Vicki Lynn Humphries 
Mary Margaret Joachim 
Martin Cullerton Kelly 
Johnny Labarbera 
Kirby James Lambert 
Michael G. Land 
Terry Reinhardt Levy 
Gail Lucus 

Terry Ellen Markwalder 
Allan Craig Mauldin 
Michael H:Mayberry 
Janey Faye Mayo 

eorge E. McGee 
Alice Webb McGuffie 
David M. Miller 
Marilyn A. Stewart Miller 

onald D. Morgan 

renda Jo Morrison 
Pamela Beth Murry 
Linda Carol Nelson 
Wayne Nix 
Beate Regina Rabe 
John Milton Rider 
Viki Louise Saul 
Benny Camp Smith 
Imelda Frances Smith 
David L. Snowden 
Stephen Mark Stewart 
Debra Duff Stringer 
Brian R. Sweet 
Joseph R. Taylor 
Teresa Lawrence Thompson 





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Earl D.Thornton, Jr. 
Janet Elizabeth Walton 
Angele M. Wambsgans 
Deborah Adele Watts 
Carey Goodman White 
Patricia Ann White 
Roy M. Wilson 
Gregory J. Garner 
Richard B. Lewandowski 
John R. Benham, Jr. 
David B. Burtness 
Nancy Melton Chance 
Susan Elizabeth Drinkard 
Hilda Jane Edwards 
Patricia D.Gentry 
Cassandra Lee Green 
Jerry D. Heitzman 
George Laverne Himes 
Lois E. Kierstead Howell 
Jon S. Hunter 
John William Kennedy 
Janet Lucia Kidd 
Debra J. Stegenga Kinard 
Carmen C. Kimmon 
LucyC. Landrum 
Davina Mae Martin 
Katherine Elaine Morgan 
Bradley William Nicholson 
Benjamin S. Patrick 
Pamela Elizabeth Payment 
Carol Annette Pigford 
Patricia Louise Tiblier 
Bobbye Allums Woodson 
Beverly Ann Guy 



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Phi Kappa Phi/245 









Phi Delta Rho 



SENIOR WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP HONORARY 







From left, FIRST ROW: Kit Prestridge, Sec; June Dale, Pres.; Susie Paul; Debbie Oliver; Paula Bounds, Treas. 
SECOND ROW: Dana Hurst; Terrie French; Sue Weir, Brenda Etheridge. THIRD ROW: Gayle Morgan; Brenda 
Shrock; Teresa Moore; Peggy Moody; Mary Virginia Terry. FOURTH ROW: Veda Reed; Carolyn Fanning; Beverly 
Atkinson. FIFTH ROW: Nancy T. Seall, Mary Leigh Pittman. Not Pictured: Louise Brown; Sandra Kaiser. 



Intiates 
March, 1973 

Cindy Stanley 
Anita Howell 
Margaret Metcalfe 
Vicki Mashburn 
Becky Barnes 
JeannetteAsmar 
Vicky Foster 
Sherry Pound 
Vicki Saul 
Amy Nix 
Janet Legget 
Marcie Munn 
Lula Fuller 
Stephanie Hrezo 
Marjorie Austin 
Angele Wambsgans 
Beverly Medel 
Emily Deen 
Connie Kihyet 
Becky Boisture 
JuanitaSims 
Becky Huston 
Jane Armstrong 
Marcia Randall 
Gail Lucas 



Membership in Phi Delta Rho is one of the highest 
honors that can be bestowed upon a senior woman 
who has participated as a citizen of Southern's 
student body. Selection of the recepients of this 
honor is based on scholarship, leadership, and 
character among senior women and promotes high 
standards of conduct. 



246/Phi Delta Rho 



Omicron Delta Kappa 



MEN'S LEADERSHIP SOCIETY 




From Left, FIRST ROW: Joe Paul, Dr. Billy Grantham, Dr. William Poirier, Dr. Eric McCoy Gunn. SECOND ROW: Dr. 
John Burrus, Randy Pope, Ronald Stegeman, Dr. Peter Stocks, Dr. Leon Wilber. THIRD ROW: Dr. Nau, Dr. John 
Gonzales, Dr. James Frederick Walker, Dr. John Ray Skates. FOURTH ROW: George McGee, Dr. Joseph Green, 
Robert K. Stump, Carroll Freeman, Benny Newton. 



Initiated 
November 5, 1972 

Bobby Joe Bishop 
James Mark Chapman 
David LynnChilds 
Lawrence Keith Dubuisson 
William Kyle Gantt 
Phillip King Gilmore 
John Ellis Price 
John NeilVamell 
Edward Neil Wright 
John N. Burrus 
Billy J. Grantham 
Leon A. Wilber 



Officers 1972-1 973 

President-Moran M. Pope III 
Vice-President-William T. Morrison 
Faculty Secretary-John E. Gonzales 
Treasurer-Johnny Johnson 
Faculty Advisor-Forrest Tucker 
Voting Faculty Members- 
James F. Walker 
John Ray Skates, Jr. 



Initiated 
March 18,1973 

William Ross Arnold, Jr. 
Andrew Foil Campbell 
George Patrick Chapman 
William M.Chui 
James B.Curtis 
Melvin L. Hawkins 
Joseph Benjamin Newton, Jr. 
Joseph Scott Paul 
Gary Eugene Phillips 
Ronald Lee Stegeman 
Robert Keith Stump 
Peter K. Stochs 

Honoris Causa: 
Bobby Lee Chain 



Omicron Delta Kappa/247 



Cwens 



Cwens is a national honor society for sophomore 
women whose members are chosen on the basis of 
scholarship and leadership as shown during the 
freshman year. 




From left, FIRST ROW: Belmont Phelps, Jan Janes, Debra Karls, Margaret Marsden, Janet Poole (President), Connie 
Jones, Kathy Maclnnis, Lynn Roe, Cindy Colquett, Barbara Ross (advisor). SECOND ROW: Deborah Shults, Denise 
O'Grady, Kissy Brockman, Pam Shields, Dean Meador (Secretary), Martha DeCoux, Janet Boyle. 



Gold Key Society 



Felton Brandt Schmershal 

Richard Glenn Cowart 

Bradley Ellis Byrne 

Eric Richard Prenshaw 

Scott Thames— Outstanding Freshman 



248/Cwens & Gold Key Society 



Alpha Lambda Delta 



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Julia Murry 

president 
LaNell Lucius 

vice-president 
Janet Poole 

secretary 
Sherry Mclnnis 

treasurer 



Initiated 
March, 1973 

Diane Arnst 
Julia Bakley 
Brenda Belcher 
Mary Jo Campbell 
Margaret Chun 
Lynn Daniels 
JeannieDeen 
Nicola, DeRamus 
Susan Ebrite 
Stephanie Fikes 
Sherry Fortenberry 
Eve Gable 
Deborah Gross 
JeanGuice 
Mary Halliday 
Laurel Heneger 
Shirley Henry 
Linda Hunter 
Anita Kay Johnson 
Teresa Jones 
Marsha Judge 
Donna Lewis 
Brenda Gail Miller 
Susan Moellers 
Ruth Nelson 
Sue Norwood 




Frances Ogletree 
InaRuth Peters 
Mecia Roberts 
Helen Robertson 
Robin Roderick 
Marian K. Rogers 
Robin Rogers 
Margaret Simpson 
BethTempel 
Brenda Trigg 
Judy Ward 
Marilyn Weston 
Sally Williams 
Daphne Winters 
Louan Windham 

Honorary Members 

Barbara Ross 
Anne Jordan 



Initiated 
May, 1973 

Marie Lucille Antoon 
Katherine Banks 
Betty Delancy 
Kathryn Galvin 
Dawn Anita Goodman 
Claudia Greer 
KathyJaneHickey 
Mary Jane Hornsby 
Jeanne Cleste 
Kathy Ann King 
Lucy Mercile Mcllwain 
Sandra Alane Milan 
Carrolyn Ann Reeves 
Catherine Ann Shaw 
Janis Lee Stafford 



Alpha Lambda Delta is a national honor society for freshman women who have 
attained a 3.5 overall average by the end of the first, second, or third quarter of 
their freshman year. The purpose is to promote intelligent living and a high 
standard of learning, and to encourage superior scholarship. 



Alpha Lambda Delta/249 




ACADEMIC HONORARIES 





Kappa 



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Epsiion 



Mathematics 

Honor 

Society 



From left, FIRST ROW: Jack Munn, Natalie Miller, Ruth Ann Ratcliff, Nancy C. Dunigan, Benny Smith, Rory 
MacDowell (Vice-Pres.). SECOND ROW: Kirby Lambert, Julia Faust (secretary), Warrene Ferry, Alice Essary, Cheryl 
Goodman, Dennis Bledsoe. THIRD ROW: Jim Caveny, Ed Oxford (advisor), Terry Wade, Harry Dole, Joe Morrell, 
Otis Solomon, Baxter White. 



Pi 

Gamma 

Mu 



Social Studies 

Honor 

Society 




Intitiated January, 1973: Monika S. Baron, Mary Marlene Butler, James Edward Case, William M. Chui, James 
Thomas Carida, Paul Joseph Delcambre, Jr., George Morris Ethridge, III, Gregory John Garner, William Francis 
Herlehy, George L. Himes, Carol Michelle Hudson, Connie Lea Jones, Philip A. Kalisch, Eugene D. Kaufman, Linda 
F. Keith, Brenda M. Landry, Shirlee Amanda Louise Lovitt, Swep Hugh Lovitt, III, David Paul Lyons, Susan Nelson 
McCraine, Gary Wendel Matthews, William T. Mealor, Jr., Jane Harriet Peneguy, Gary E. Phillips, Thomas A. 
Pobjecky, Randy Pope, Kirby F. Post, Larry William Simmons, Dan H. Singley, Jr., Cecil Raymond Webb. 



Academic Honoraries/251 



Medical Technology Club 




Bottom to top, FIRST ROW: Donece Breland, Cathy Douglass 
(treasurer), Chris Hartwig, Keith Speed. SECOND ROW: Lula Fuller 
(Secretary), Betsy Patten, Michele Morgan, Karen Lee, Patsy Smith 
(Vice-President), Jody Chunn, Patti Rutledge, Leo Lovelace, Wally 
Wester (President). 



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Kappa Omicron Phi, national professional Home Economics 

fraternity, is an organization designed to accomplish the following 

goals: 

—to enrich experience of the student by placing a renewed 

emphasis upon standards of scholarship and the development 

of leadership. 

—to further the better interest of Home Economics in four-year 

colleges, 
—to develop women with high ideals and a deep appreciation for 

the sanctity of the American home, 
—to provide opportunities for broad social and high intellectual 

and cultural attainments, 
—to stimulate members to attain intellectual, spiritual, ethical 
and aesthetic poise. 




Kappa Omicron Phi 



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Seated left to right: Beth Murray, Kay Sherry Adams (Secretary), Janet Walton, Sue 
Humphries (Sponsor), Jorene Williams. Kneeling: Michele Justice (Vice-president), Ann 
Darren, Davina Martin. Standing: Kathy Robinson, Patti Jernigan, Cynthia Lathum. 
Dianne Elliot, Barbara Bond, Delores Davis, Rachel Clark, Peggy Lindsey, Shellie 
Johnston, Susie Reese (President). 



Academic Honoraries/253 



Phi Alpha Theta 



President 
Vice President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Historian 



G. Douglas Inglls 
Greg Garner 
William Rook 
Carol Nix 





Jerry Ludikee 
J.P.White 
Stephen Ward 
Swep Lovitt 
Leonard Wilson 
Douglas L.Smith 
Daniel Vogt 
Charles Sizemore 
Carl H. Duncan 
Blannie Curtis 
Richard Faust 
Robert Geiberg 
David Dewyer 
Susan Graham 
George Fallaine 
Lamar Gorney 
Richard Lewaudowski 



Michelle Hudson 

Sandra Easterling 

Susan Gordon 

Dr. Philip Kalisch 

Dr. Kenneth McCarty 

Dr. NeilMcMillen 

Dr. Glenn Harper 

Dr. JohnGuico 

Dr. John Gonzales 

Dr. John R. Skates 

Dr. William Scarborough 

Dr. Claude Fike 

Dr. James Treadwell Davis 

Dr. OrazioCiccarelli 

Dr. Robert Brent 

Dr. Richard Bowers 

Dr. JayAnglin 




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Student Government Association 



SGA Executive 
Council 



Edd Braisher 

AMS PRESIDENT 

NannetteNoland 

ELECTION COMMISSIONER 

Pat Chapman 

PRESIDENT 

Becky Huston 

SECRETARY 

Vicky Foster 

AWS PRESIDENT 
NOT PICTURED: 

Ellis Taylor 

PRESIDENT (FALL, 1972) 

John E. Price 

TREASURER 

Garry Dearmen 

SPIRIT DIRECTOR 



Diversification and communication were the 
keys in student government this year. The SGA 
expanded its services by creating rental 
referral, job employment and legal aid agen- 
cies. The SGA tutoring service was expanded to 
employ student workers on federally- 
subsidized work-study. Panhellenic dormitory 
has gone on a self-regulated hours basis for 
junior and senior women who desire the 
privilege. The SGA initiated "USM Week" to aid 
the University in recruiting, and will play an 
active role in freshman orientation. 

Human rights became a "priority" on our 
campus. Communications have been improved 
on the student level through a more represen- 
tative executive council, on the community level 
through numerous joint projects, and on the 
administration level. A mutual respect between 
the administration and the SGA was 
developed— an important communication link 
which in the past was absent. 

USM— it has become a state leader in student 
politics and state affairs. Most petty internal 
problems vanished, and the path was clear to 
deal with the important issues like rights, dorm 
hours, and human rights. 

Add to these projects annual responsibilities of 
spirit, the Miss Southern Pageant, and Awards 
Day to name a few. 

Last year was a year of accomplishment- 
accomplishment through diversification and 
communication in student government. 
Hopefully, it is only the Beginning! 



SGA/257 



Student Senate 



Meeting every Monday night in the University Commons Banquet Room, the 
USM Student Senate once again proved to be its usual self— sometimes 
productive, sometimes not. The year came and went and so did the Presidents of 
the Senate. How can an organization "efficiently" operate without a competent 
President? 

Appointments for vacated positions and committee positions were made— some 
to people with no qualifications for the job and others after long drawn out floor 
debates. Resolutions were made, but most fell into the trap of the Rules 
Committee such as the condemning of the killings at Southern Louisiana 
University in Baton Rouge or the lowering of fines for parking tickets to 50 cents. 
Heavy debate over abolishment of the English Proficiency Test was futile; the 
English Department decided that the test was still necessary and was to remain 
unchanged. 

While trying to take progressive steps for the University, the Senators found 
themselves learning a little more about the legislative system— including the 
parliamentary law according to Robert. At the same time there are always those 
who make the weekly meeting for their "ego trip." 

Through all the litigation, the Senate did contribute to the campus: the 
establishment of an Emergency Council to "convene and evaluate possible 
alternatives before an authority is granted armed militia to suppress student 
protest," the rewriting of the Election Code, and the establishment of a legal aid 
bureau. 

However, to most students the reflection of the Senate was hard to figure out. Get 
the picture? 



SENATE ROSTER 



Jeannette Asmar 
David Bounds 
Hal Braswell 
Cheryl Brehm 
Alvin Cooley 
Dick Cowart- 

Pres. Pro Tempore 
Ada Crosby 
Carol Dixon 
Nan Duke 
Mike Ernst 
George Ethridge 
Ellen Ford 
Eve Gable 
Debbie Graham 
Pene Gray 
Ken Hankins 
Melvin Hawkins 
Bill Havis 
Ellen Hunter 
Debbie Jabour 
Karlene Jabour 



Clay Johnson 
Debbie Karls 
Connie Kihyet 
Denise Lewis- 
Secretary 
Margaret Marsden 
Sharon McKenna 
Dean Meador 
Ann Miller 
Susan Morris 
Robert Phillips 
Rick Prenshaw 
Beth Price 
Sally Ann Roberts 
Alan Saucier 
Lela Smith 
UklerzineSoloman 
Arnold Stewart 
Ron Strebeck 
Terry Stringer 
Scott Thames 
Stan Thorton 
Tom Walker 




Bill Patterson 
Carolyn Fanning 
Barbara Baker 
Bill Steele 
Pam Smith 



Student Court 



Chief Justice 
Chip Edwards 

Associate Justices 



Melvin Hawkins 
Laura Ward 
Gordon Larson 
Bill Napier 
Margaret Peters 




TOP ROW, left to right: Myra Allison, Vice President: Sue Young; Mary Alice Noll, Becky Hinton, 1 st Vice President; 
Mecla Roberts; Kathy Crosby; Frances Ogletree, Secretary; Vicky Foster, President; Gayle Smith; Donna Lewis; 
Lynn Weston. BOTTOM ROW: Renee McCaa; Cindy Coulquett; Deborah Anderson; Jeannie Dean, Treasurer; 
Kendall Fountain. NOT PICTURED: Cheryl Batey, Kathleen Hodgins. 



Association of Women Students 



Changing times brought a change to the traditions of A.W.S. Previously thought of as the 
"police women", the A.W.S. tried to change its image by revising the women rules to suit the 
needs of the students (and the administration). Expansion of the self-regulated hours 
system, attempts to initiate dorm visitation, the elimination of 'probation', and a revision of 
the judicial system were some of the major points of emphasis. 



Student Government/259 



President's Advisory Board 




From left, FIRST ROW: Ada Crosby, Minority Relations Representative; Barbara Ross, 
Assistant Dean of Students; Denise Lewis, AWS President; Pat Chapman, SGA President; Gail 
Hurst, SGA Vice-President; Marlow Robinson, Assistant Director of Student Activities; Becky 
Huston, SGA Secretary; Becky Rutter, Editor, 1973 Southerner; Dr. Charles W. Moorman, 
Dean of the University. SECOND ROW: Lise Morreale, Election Commissioner; Anne Jordan, 
Assistant Dean of Students; C. J. Taylor, Assistant Director of Intercollegiate Athletics; 
Berengher Brechtel, Assistant Dean of Students; Dr. William D. McCain, President of the 
University; C. O. Smalling, Financial Secretary. THIRD ROW: Dr. Peter Durkee, Dean of 
Student Affairs; Dr. William Shafer, Director of Student Counseling; W. E. Kirkpatrick, Director 
of Public Information; Joe Braisher, AMS President; Edd Braisher, Spirit Director; Bob Bishop, 
Editor, Student Printz; Warren Dunn, Director of Student Activities. 



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MEDIA 




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Diane Quick 
Classes 



Gayle Smith 
Layouts 



Cindy Reynolds 
Classes 



Helen Robertson 
Classes 



262/73 Southerner 



Laura Ward 
Layouts 




Adelle Trigg 


Not Pictured: 


Classes 


Joe Paul 




Sports 




Sarah Harkins 


Greg Jones 


Classes 


Photography 


Frances Ogletree 




Typing 




Becky Rutter 
Editor 




Amy Nix 
Associate Editor 



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The Student Printz 




Danny Cotter 
Advertising 



Mike Anderson 
Advertising 



Karen Brehm 
News Editor 



264/Medla 



Parnell McKay Brenda Boykin Tommy Seaton 
Mechanical Managing Editor Photographic 
Superintendent Foreman 

Bob Bishop 
Executive Editor 



Investigating problems as obstinate as prostitution in Hattiesburg and as relevant as shortages of grape Kool-Aid, The 
Student Printz (often known as the twice-weekly travesty), found that freedom of the press is what the local District 
Attorney says it is. 



Despite the mistakes ("a ladies power room has been added . . ."), the editors found themselves implementing many 
changes other university papers made years ago. Like, why run fraternity and sorority officer pictures when the only 
person interested in them is the chapter's scrapbook editor? In the changes, new priorities were re-evaluated. Should 

student government get front page headlines when 300 out of 9,000 students vote in campus 
elections? Should the UAC get free advertising for every little thing it does? 

Some complained that the Printz wasn't providing communication. Others were disgruntled 
that some of the stories reflected badly upon the University's image (the story of how the UAC 
had a chance for Bloodrock when Bill Withers cancelled and lost $1500 in the process.... the 
editorial stating the head football coach's contract shouldn't be renewed). 

And it is true the reliability and credibility of some stories and quotes were extremely 
questionable... and some editorials were so completely off-base they lost "sight" of the issue. 

Nonetheless, this year's Printz was markedly different from anything before it. Readers were 
taken slightly off-course by Chip Millet's "little weirders", but so few understood its 
messages. Then there was Add One, which had no messages, just things to do (for fun and 
pleasure throughout the entire day, keep a frog in your underwear), and it asked questions as 
well (What if a banana raped an ice cube?). 

The Printz was regarded as liberal by those who have been around to compare it with past 
years and as moderate by the great majority who just doesn't care. Most became aware that 
there might be something worth reading in it when the executive editor got subpoened to 
appear before the county Grand Jury as the Printz carried a story on local prostitution stating 
that there wasn't much to be had (professionally). Coming to their rescue was University 
President William D. McCain who defended the Printz's first amendment right to freedom of 
the press. 

Editors felt their publication had a great deal of maturing to do. With intimidation 
occasionally coming from those in power, much was accomplished: a lot of the trash was cut 
out despite beliefs by some that the Printz should serve as a public relations tool for the 
University. 

The editor bragged that both television stations 
in South Mississippi read the paper closely for 
news leads as well as most newspapers in the 
area. True, its stories were constantly featured 
by the local television station and newspaper; 
the Associated Collegiate Press even saw fit to 
award the Printz its cherished All-American 
rating. 

But it also wound up in the bottom of bird cages 
and trash cans just as frequently. So the main 
thing to be said for the year's volume is that it 
was in transition. ..but where it was going still 
isn't clear. 




Tom Eppes 
Associate 
News Editor 



Tony McMullen 

Staff 

Photographer 



Not Pictured: 
Rande Brandon 
Business Manager 
Ann Anderson 
Assistant Composing 
Room Foreman 




Here's Bob . 



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WMSU 



As the song says "It Was A Very Good Year" for student 
broadcasters at the University. More than 200 students 
got involved in broadcasting through radio station 
WMSU. The AM, carrier-current station beams its signal 
into eight campus dormitories, carrying news and views 
of the campus and programming contemporary and 
progressive music to more than 4000 students. 

A "new" baby born April 25, 1973, was the campus FM 
station. WMSU-FM struggled to life after nearly two 
years of filling out forms for the Federal 
Communications Commission, telephone calls to New 
Orleans, memos to University administration, request 
for broadcast equipment funds, and selection of studio 
space in Southern Hall. 

WMSU-FM is a ten-watt educational station, operating 
on a frequency of 91.1 megahertz. During the first 
months of operation, with tower and transmitter on top 
of the Science Building, the station sent its signal out 
eight miles, ensuring coverage of the metropolitan 
Hattiesburg-Petal area. WMSU-AM is operated solely 
by students. Paid student manager, program director, 
news director and traffic manager handle the entire 
operation. A graduate assistant is assigned to the 
station in an advisory capacity only. WMSU-FM is 
headed by Dave Waite, assistant professor of com- 
munication. The staff and personnel are selected from 
among the best of the broadcast majors. Both stations 
have full-time news staffs, sportscasters, public affairs 
directors, and disc jockeys. And both stations have fun 
while going about the business of teaching students the 
fundamentals of radio broadcasting today. 





L.Steve Cobb 



Jaqi Ward 



Marie Antoon 



266/WMSU 



Ralph Woosley 




DaveWaite 



Doug Pritchett 



Becky Hinton 

Keith Drake 
Linda Waite 



Ann Agee 

Randy Shanks 

Sandy May 

William C.Galloway 



Jeff Rodeghero 



Mike Dunn 

Laura Flannery 
James Etheredge 



WMSU/267 




Joe Stonestreet Walter Harrison 

268/photo service Cindy Francisco 



Robert Phillips Peggie Meadows 

Beth Cane 



USM PHOTO SERVICE 




located in the Union 



Vaughn Wilson 
Debbie Gross 



Pam Orlicek 

Not Pictured: Larry Land 



Photo Service/269 




University Publications Board 



Dr. Claude E. Fike, Chairman 



Tom Eppes 
Nannette Noland 
Margaret Peters 
Mary Ann Wash 

Bob Bishop 
Becky Rutter 
W. E. Kirkpatrick 



ex-officio 



Barbara Ross 

Dr. Glenn T. Harper 

Dr. Wallace G.Kay 

Dr. J. Lloyd Milan 

Warren K. Dunn 
Dr. Stanford Gwin 



Made up of both students and faculty involved with the different 
publication and representing different facets of campus life, the Board 
meets quarterly to discuss the various publications and problems 
which may arise within its jurisdiction. It meets also to select the editors 
of the Drawl, the Southerner, and The Student Printz. 





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FINE ARTS 




DIXIE DARLINGS 



CAPTAINS 
Tonie Johnson 
Pam Stahnke 
Candy Chandler 
Paula Bounds 



Debbie French 
Debbie Olson 
Mari Donna Barnett 
Eve Gable 
Debbie Westbrook 
Mary Kate Putnam 
Nancy Ball 
Brenda Prestridge 
Mattie Watson 
Susan Wolski 
Barbara Gregg 
Diane Ducote 
Sherry Shelton 
Vicki Nettles 
Sara Ray Mclnnis 
Diane Quick 
Jeanette Asmar 








Debbie Stewart 
Phyllis Quails 
Mary Neville 
Sherry Watkins 
Olivia Crumbley 
Jann Wyckoff 
Kim Williams 
Vicki Cupp 
Barrie Bridges 
Demetria Davis 
Becky Barnes 
Kathy Netterville 
Frankie Ellis 
Vicki Bowman 
Gail Miller 
Patti Eberst 
Patti Mikel 
Terri Crawley 
Betsy Spinks 
Jann O'Brian 
Jane Calfee 
Mary Agnes Purvis 
Ann Mathis 



POM POM GIRLS 




Left to right: 

Mary Neville 

Ann Mathis 

Candy Chandler 

Debbie Olson 

Tonie Johnson— Captain 

Pam Stahnke— Co-captain 

Gail Miller 

Mari Donna Barnett 

Eve Gable 



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USM MARCHING BAND 
"THE PRIDE" 



MR. LARRY VAN WEED, Director 
Mr. Sidney McKay, Asst. Director 
Mr. Shermon Hong, Asst. Director 

President— Mark Chapman 
Vice President— Dave Medel 
Secretary— Beverly Medel 
Treasurer— Eddie Centanni 






FLUTES 

Balk, Mary 
Barr, Ellen 
Bennett, Deborah 
Buice, Bonnie 
Demarest, Zabette 
Felis, Carol 
Gaar, Kenneth 
Glatzau, Susan 
*Graham, Kathryn 
Harper, Linda 
Harvey, Patricia 
Herran, Nancy 
Johnson, Sheilah 
Lee, Susan 
McWilliams, Jane 
'Medel, Beverly 
Powell, Pam 
Rakestraw, Sharon 
Rodgers, Karen 
Tauss, Kim 
Weaver, Katie 
Welsh, Nora 
White, Cindy 



CLARINETS 

Adams, JoAnne 
Arnold, Susan Lynn 
Bennett, Tom 
Braden, Debi 
Brady, Alan 
Buzzella, Anthony 
Carlin, Jane 
*Centanni, Edward 
Chain, Linda 
"Chapman, Mark 
Clark, Pat 
*Fendlason, Vicki 
Fielding, Melle 
•Fuller, Nancy 
Graham, Linda 
Griffin, Mary 
Gustine, Michael 
Hacke, Liane 
Jackson, Kenny 
Jarvis, Carolyn 
Jones, Pat 
Knight, Karen 
Linton, Lynette 




Mclnnis, Sherry 

McMullian, Neal 

Moellers, Susan 

Otis, Gloria 

Peden, Robert 

Prince, June 

Kichler, Georgi Prochazka 

Radford, Lee 

Sadler, Brent 

Vasselus, Pam 

Ward, Barry 

White, Judy 

Woodmansee, Carla 

SAXOPHONES 

Bennett, Richard 
Blaylock, Richard 
Burnett, Michael 
Capps, Ronald 
Chapman, Tim 
Clark, Norman 
Coffman, Ray 
Dearing, Danny 
Fisher, Mark 
Graham, Brenda 
•Ladner, Donald 
Lucas, Gail 
McKenna, Sharon 
Morton, Cindy 
Powell, Tommy 
Reeves, Carrolyn 
Rollin, Donna 
Thrower, Andy 
Walls, William 

TRUMPETS 

Adams, Joe Bill 
Adams, Rebel 
Bartlett, Terry 
Bennett, Howard 
Blakeney, Greg 
Brashier, Edd 
Briggs, William 
Buck, Thomas 
Buice, Carla 
Bush, John 
Byrd, Bruce 
Carter, Mike 
Clanton, Richard 
Clark, Ted 
Clements, Jeff 
Cook, David 
Daigneault, David 
Davis, Jerry 
•Davis, Randy 






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Davis, Treadwell 
Dean, Jay 
*Freund, Mike 
Gipson, John 
*Greatwood, Dave 
Hickman, Eileen 
Hodgins, Kathleen 
Hourguettes, Jack 
Janes, John 
Lee, Barbara 
McCarthy Pat 
Medel, Dave 
Millsaps, Alan 
Niblett, Billy 
Stiffler, Allan 
VanZandt, Paul 
Walker, Jim 



Williams, David 
Wilson, James 



EUPHONIUMS 

Berry, Steve 
Blackwell, Steve 
Fielding, Mari 
Harris, Robert 
Ladner, Dianne 
Livingston, Gaylen 
Turner, Paul 
Tyrone, Charles 
*Watson, Tom 
Williams, Hershal 



DRUM MAJORS 

Petty, Penny 
Watts, William 



FEATURE TWIRLERS 

Cunningham, Reba Jo 
Hall, Kay 
Hamilton, Linda Gail 



FLAG CORPS 

Banyas, Nancy 
Bridges, Joycelyn 
Galbraith, Jeannette 
*Greatwood, Rosalie 



Jones, Betty 
King, Kathy 
Long, Karen 
McClendon, Vicki 
Romeo, Debby 
Sanders, Cindy 
Townsend, Ruth 

RIFLE SQUAD 

Bigsby, Patti 
Correro, Barbara 
Dearden, Connie 
Kennedy, Cindy 

•Denotes Drillmaster 



FRENCH HORNS 

Adams, John 
Brown, Chip 
Chapman, Mike 
Dacus, Ed 
Dewett, James 
Hundemer, Thomas 
Johnson, Bryan 
Johnston, Jane 
MacKenzie, Jana 
Pakis, Tom 
Peters, Ruth 
Ricker, Cheryl 
*Rigdon, Jimmy 
Sawyer, Debbie 
Wainwright, Charlie 

TROMBONES 

Banko, Frank 
Brashier, Joe 
Brigham, Joe 
Cook, John 
Cummings, Walter 
Eyerly, David 
Gates, Jerry 
'Harris, Neil 
Landers, Wayne 
Levy, Gary 
Norris, Chris 
Oliver, Dee 
Page, Glen 
*Stump, Bob 
Wade, Bruce 
Walker, Tom 
Wallace, Mike 
Walton, John 
Weeks, Ray 



TUBAS 

Barnett, Stephen 
Bonner, Gene 
Bruister, Jim 
Crockett, Jean 
Cumberland, Jerry 
Durham, Robert 
Edgar, Frank 
Hollingsworth, Dwight 
Jackson, Tim 
McNeece, Kim 



PERCUSSION 

Allen, Rie 
Anderson, Mark 
Carpenter, Hugh 
Clark, Ted 
Dove, Larry 
Ellis, Dee 
Fallin, Eddie 
Gallagher, Evan 
Grant, Greg 
Hamilton, Jim 
Haney Phil 
Holland, Eddie 
James, Wilton 
Maxwell, Brian 
Osborne, Holly 
Palmer, Robert 
"Peters, Richard 
Posey, Mark 
Shivers, Bobby 
Sims, Larry 
Spruill, Dennis 
Swinford, Harry 
Williams, Brad 
Witherspoon, Michael 



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ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL 



FIRST VIOLIN 

'Theodore Madsen, Concertmaster 
Janis Adams 
Marjorie Asp 
Joyce Bourdette 
Shilley Hentges 
Nancy Hopper 
Harry McCraw 
Christine Masiello 
Wynne Maily 
Charlotte Scurry 
Linda Smith 

SECOND VIOLIN 

•Richard Sanchez, Principal 
Robert Addison 
Howard Bahr 
Gerry Edwards 
Lucille Flohr 
Kathy Grantham 
Gayle Morgan 
John Myrick 
Barry Rogers 
Page Winfield 

VIOLA 

'Newts Guilbeau, Principal 
Jeanne Dahmer 
Bruce Grantham 
Alice Lasater 
David Presser 
Lee Radford 
Mary Jane Richmond 
SueTomlin 

CELLO 

•Robert Mason, Principal 
Russell Bourdette 
Carol Commisky 
Margaret Guilbeau 
William Lidinsky 
Barbara Mason 
Charles Munoz 
Karen Webster 

BASS 

Donald Acrey, Principal 
David Ethridge 
Mike Montgomery 
Bruce Moreton 

HARP 

'Sharon Lebsack 

FLUTE 

Jan Crawford 
Beverly Medel 
Ellen Barr 
Elizabeth Demarest 
Patty Harvey 
JaneMcWilliams 



PICCOLO 

Beverly Medel 
Ellen Barr 



OBOE 

ValarieMullison 
Mark Chapman 
Debby Romeo 

ENGLISH HORN 
Mark Chapman 

CLARINET 

Toyota Kudo 
Bill Mullison 

Barry Ward 
Joe Rankin 

BASSOON 

Edwin Alexander 
Robert Greenhaw 
John Lewis 
Max McCartney 

HORN 

Jerry Trusty 
John Adams 
Bryan Johnson 
Cheryl Ricker 
Edward Dacus 

TRUMPET 

David Greatwood 
Randy Davis 
Joe Adams 
Jay Dean 

TROMBONE 

James Wilson 
Robert Stump 
Eddie Richard 
James McDill 

TUBA 
Gene Bonner 

TIMPANI 
Richard Peters 

PERCUSSION 

Rie Allen 
Jerome Gilmer 
James Hamilton 
Brian Maxwell 
Robert Whiddon 

"Fine Arts Faculty 



278/Orchestra Personnel 



USM SYMPHONIC BAND 




Dr. Joe Barry Mullins, Director 



Flutes 

Barr, Ellen 
Crawford, Jan 
Demarest, Zabette 
Glatzau, Susan 
Harvey, Patty 
McWilliams, Jane 
Medel, Beverly 
Welsh, Nora 

Oboes 

Chapman, Mark 
Mullison, Bill 
Romeo, Debby 

Bassoons 

Alexander, Edwin 
Gold, Alan 
Greenhaw, Bob 
Lewis, John 

E b Clarinet 
Smith, Gordon 

B b Clarinets 

Brady, Alan 
Centanni, Eddie 
Fendlason, Vicki 
Fuller, Nancy 



Grizzle, Will 
Jackson, Kenny 
Kudo, Toyota 
Moellers, Susan 
Peden, Bob 
Rankin, Joe 
Ward, Barry 
White, Judy 
Woodmansee, Carla 

Bass Clarinet 

Barker, Dan 
Buzella, Tony 

E b Contrabass Clarinet 
McMullian, Neal 

Saxophones 

Bennett, Rick 
Blaylock, Richard 
Dearing, Danny 
Ladner, Don 

Trumpets 

Adams, Joe 
Daigneault, David 
Davis.Randy 
Freund, Mike 
Greatwood, Dave 
Lee, Barbara 
Stiffler, Allan 

French Horns 
Adams, John 



Dacus, Ed 
Deardenn Connie 
Dennis, Randy 
Trusty, Jerry 

Trombones 

McDill, Jim 
Richard, Eddie 
Stump, Bob 
Walker, Tom 
Wilson, James 

Euphoniums 

Dollarhide, Bill 
Miura, Touru 
Watson, Tom 

Tubas 

Bonner, Gene 
Durham, Bobby 
Jackson, Tim 

String Bass, Tuba 
Acrey, Don 

Percussion 

Allen, Rie 
Gallagher, Evan 
Hair, Ray 
Hamilton, Jim 
Maxwell, Brian 
McCarty, Bill 
Peters, Richard 
Sims, Larry 



USM Symphonic Band/279 



USM CONCERT BAND 



Larry Van Weed, Director 



Flutes 

Balk, Mary 
Harper, Linda 
Herran, Nancy 
King, Kathy 
Landry, Cindy 
Lee, Susan 
Rutledge, Patti 
Shanafelt, Kathy 
Stamm, Maureen 
Tauss, Kim 
Weaver, Katie 
White, Cindy 

Oboes 

Buzzella, Tony 
Long, Karen 

Bassoons 

Felis, Carol 
Townsend, Ruth 

Clarinets 

Carlin.Jane 
Clark, Pat 
Graham, Linda 
Hacke, Liane 
Jarvis, Carolyn 
Jones, Pat 
Kichler, Georgi 
Knight, Karen 
Linton, Lynette 
Prince, June 
Williams, Ron 

Saxophones 

Fischer, Mark 
Graham, Brenda 
Lucas, Gail 
Reeves, Carolyn 
Rollin, Donna 
Thrower, Andy 

Trumpets 

Blakeney, Greg 
Brashier, Edd 
Briggs, Billy 
Buck, Tom 



Buice, Carla 
Davis, Treadwell 
Dean, Jay 
Gipson, John 
Hickman, Eileen 
Hodgins, Kathleen 
Milsaps, Alan 
Roberts, Bill 
Stennis, Charles 
VanZandt, Paul 
Walker, Jim 

French Horns 

Brown, Chip 
Hundemer, Tommy 
Johnson, Bryan 
Kennedy, Cindy 
Peters, Ruth 
Flicker, Cheryl 
Rigdon, Jimmy 
Sawyer, Debbie 

Trombones 

Brashier, Joe 
Brigham, Joe 
Cummings, Walter 
Curran, Joe 
Eyerly, David 
Gates, Jerry 
Levy, Gary 
Norris, Chris 
Yeager, Mickey 

Tubas 

Bruister, Jim 
Edgar, Frank 
Hollingsworth, Dwight 
McNeece, Kim 

Euphoniums 

Berry, Steve 
Blackwell, Steve 
Turner, Paul 
Webster, Karen 
Williams, Hershal 

Percussion 

Anderson, Mark 
Carpenter, Hugh 
Dove, Larry 
Ellis, Dee 
Fallin, Eddie 
Houston, Bill 



280/USMCConcert Band 



USM VARSITY BAND 



Sidney McKay 
Sherman Hong - Directors 



Flutes 

Bennett, Debbie 
Bridges, Joycelyn 
Buice, Bonnie 
Gaar, Ken 
Graham, Kathy 
Rakestraw, Sharon 
Rodgers, Karen 

Oboes 

Chain, Linda 
Long, Karen 
Romeo, Debbie 

Bassoons 

Gustine, Mike 
McMullian, Neal 
Powell, Pam 
Townsend, Ruth 

Clarinets 

Adams, JoAnne 
Bennett, Tom 
Braden, Debbie 
Fielding, Melle 
Griffin, Mary 
McClendon, Vicki 



Radford, Lee 
Sadler, Brent 
Smith, Paul 
Vasselus, Pam 

Saxophones 

Burnett, Mike 
Capps, Ron 
Clark, Alan 
Coffman, Ray 
Kraft, Alan 
McKenna, Sharon 
Morton, Cindy 
Powell, Tom 
Walls, William 

Trumpets 

Adams, Rebel 
Bartlett, Terry 
Bennett, Howard 
Bush, John 
Carter, Mike 
Clements, Jeff 
Cook, David 
Davis, Jerry 
Hourguettes, Jack 
McCarthy, Pat 
Mize, Kathy 
Niblett, Billy 



French Horns 

Chapman, Mike 
Dewett, James 
Hall, Kay 
Johnston, Jane 



MacKenzie, Jana 
Wainwright, Charlie 
Watts, Bill 

Trombones 

Cook, John 
Harris, Neil 
Landers, Wayne 
Oliver, Dee 
Page, Glen 
Wade, Bruce 
Williams, David 

Euphoniums 

Fielding, Mari 
Harris, Robert 
Livingston, Gaylen 
Tyrone, Charles 

Tubas 

Barnett, Steve 
Crockett, Jean 
Cumberland, Jerry 
Lee, Alan 
Tulles, Jones 

Percussion 

Clark, Ted 
James, Wilton 
Palmer, Bobby 
Posey, Mark 
Shivers, Bobby 
Spruill, Dennis 
Whiddon, Robbie 
Williams, Brad 
Witherspoon, Mike 



USM Varsity Band/281 



UNIVERSITY JAZZ LAB BAND 




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Raoul Jerome, Conductor 



282/Jazz Lab Band 



fleeds 

Dan Dearlng, lead alto, flute, clar., soprano 

Kenny Jackson, alto, flute, clar. 

Bob Greenhaw, Jazz tenor, clar., flute 

Rick Bennett, tenor, flute, clar. 

Max McCartney, Bari, bass, clar. 
Trumpets 

David Greatwood, lead 

Randy Davis, Asst. lead 

PaulVanZandt 

David Daignault 

Billy Briggs 

Jim Walker 



Trombones 

Tom Walker, lead 

Eddie Richard 

Bob Stump 

James Wilson 

Jim McDill, Bass 
Rhythm 

Jerome Gilmer, Piano, Organ 

David Ethridge, bass, electric bass 

Ray Hair, Drums 

Dee Ellis, Auxiliary Percussion 
Audio 

Alan Stiffler 



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UNIVERSITY MADRIGAL SINGERS 




SEATED Left to Right: Darryl Ferrington, Janis Langham, Marilyn Williamson, Ginger Grissom, Beth Monroe. 
STANDING: Rut Le Mar, Paula Godwin, Ray Landis, William Akers (director), Jane Glatts, Dean Meador, Bill Arnold, 
Harvey Kelley, Gayle Segroves. 



Madrigal Singers/283 



Mu Phi Epsilon 




FIRST ROW seated, left to right: Zabette Demarest, Cathy Carter, Paula God bold, Jane McWilliams. SECOND ROW: 
Cindy Landry, Liz Marsden, Sherelyn Nobles, Trudy Moses, Linda Smith, La Nell Lucius. THIRD ROW: Betty Prichard, 
Gayle Ladner, Janet Broadhead, Pat Jones, Jessica Schilling, Cindy Colquet. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Gallman, Miss 
Vivian Wood, Val Henderson (president), Cathy Mize. 



284/FlneArts 




Tau 

Beta 

Sigma 



Phi 
Mu 

Alpha 
Sinfonia 




Left to right: Allan Stiffler (president), Jim McDill, Steve Blackwell, Gary Levy, Jim Rigdon, Chuck Therrell, Carroll 
Freeman, Doug Wharton, Mike Fruend, Larry Newell (at piano). 



Fine Arts/285 



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PROFESSIONAL 




Omicron 

Delta 

Epsilon 



Honor Society 

in 

Economics 



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From left: Bruce Whitford, Wayne Murphy, Lynda Weaver, Alvin 
Williams, Bill Everett, Brenda Landry. 




288/Business Organizations 



Debbie Bonner, Kathryn Farve, Carolyn Lewis, 
Deborah Griffin, Janet Leggett, Judith Seymour, 
Sherry Rhoden, Dr. Annelle Bonner, Mary Etta 
Purvis, Sharon Rawls, Martha Saucier, Mabel 
Baldwin, Beverly Jones, Rhonda Hearn. 



Pi Omega Pi 






Society for the Advancement of Management 




The Society for Advancement of 
Management, the recognized 
national professional organization 
of managers in industry, commerce, 
government and education, and the 
pioneer in management since 1912 
when the original Taylor Society 
was established. 



From left, FIRST ROW: David Pauley, Lynda Weaver, Cecil Grant, Tommy Tolar. SECOND ROW: Gary 
Rachuba, Becky Rutter, Bill Price, Mike Ford, Lemuel Murray. THIRD ROW: Dr. Aubrey Sanford, Kent 
Fontaine, Ronnie Carter, Vincent Flesher, James Singleyl NOT PICTURED: Keith Dubuisson, Billy 
Thornton, Joe McGuffie, Bruce Austin, Blake Mcllwain, Raymond Boutwell, George Carr, Jr., Mike Berry, 
Richard Edgin, Jerry Junkin, David Brown, Wilford Ishee, Elliot Dix, Tim Buckley, Lex Prichard, Dennis 
Rose, James Green, Steve Parramore, David Leamy, Murline, Paul Byrd. 



Business Organizations/289 



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Alpha Epsilon Alpha 




From left, FIRST ROW: Don Morgan, Euley Rider, Troy Alford (Vice-President), 
Ed Cook (President), Kit Prestridge (Secretary), Roberta Little (Treasurer), 
Hayward Anderson (Advisor). SECOND ROW: Peggy Dietrick, Imelda Smith, 
Sandra Stokes, Sally Campbell, Kathy Joachim, Joy Harvill, Eve Everitt, Carol 
Deen, Margaret Metcalfe, Mary Golman. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Taylor, Terry 
Skantz, Wayne Nix, Michael Schmidt, Mickey McCardle, Mike Breland, Edward 
Fisackerly, Mike Lightsey, Clayton Johnston, Wendell Cayton, David Burtness. 



Phi 
Chi 
Theta 




290/Business Organizations 



From left, FIRST ROW: Dr. Colleen Cameron (Advisor), Kathleen Burford (Treasurer), 
Roberta Little (President), Margaret Metcalfe (Vice-President), Jeannette Asmar 
(Secretary). SECOND ROW: Debbie Gardner, Sally Campbell, Viki Saul, Brenda 
Schmidt, Anita Prather, Mickey Roberts, Shelia Harvey, Mary Sue Phillips, Peggy 
Dietrick, Mary Anna Watterson, Sherye Chunn. THIRD ROW: June Dale, Margaret 
Peters, Eve Everitt, Carol Deen, Shirley Trussell, Peggy Branton, Joanne Sykes, 
Beverly Terry, Jessica Woodward, Janis Chapman. 



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From left, FIRST ROW: Jimmy Taylor, Bob Cummings, Plez Ballard, Ernie Levenberger, Ronnie Walker, Reese 
Nunnery, Mike Barnes, Dwight Wisnasky, David Leamy, Bob Muli. SECOND ROW: Gary Stringer, Gilbert McLaurin, 
Donald Smith, Ron Reed, Bob Lee, Neil Cook, Maxie Reedy, Ernie Wingard, Ron Eaton, Frankie Herring, Jeff Tisdale, 
Lynn Jackson. THIRD ROW: Pat Ring, Dave Burness, Rodger Smith, George Sellers, Doug Glaze, Gerald Flynt, Ed 
Watson, Gary Rachuba, David Wright. 



Delta Sigma Pi 



Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster 
the study of business in universities; to encourage 
scholarship, social activity and the association of students 
for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to 
promote closer affiliation between the commercial world 
and students of business ethics and culture, and the civic 
and business welfare of the community. 





Delta Sigma Pi Rose— Anita Prather 



From left, SEATED: Reese Nunnery, President; Lynn Jackson; Neil Cook. 
STANDING: Dwight Winasky, Social Chairman; Bob Cunnings, Advisor; Keith 
Dubuisson; Ernie Levenberger, Historian; David Leamy, Treasurer; Ronnie 
Walker, Secretary. Business Organizations/291 



Business Student Advisory Council 



The Business Student Advisory Council functions as an effective 
organization to advise the Dean of the School of Business 
Administration and to coordinate the activities of the various business 
fraternities and the business students in general. It publishes annually 
the Student's Guide to the Business Fraternities to promote interest in 
one or more of the fraternities. It also assists the School of Business 
Administration by sponsoring the Honors Day Banquet each spring. 

The Council is an organization for business students, appointed by the 
faculty of each department in the School and composed of the President 
of each of the business fraternities, to serve as student representatives 
in all matters of concern to the student and the business fraternities in 
the School of Business Administration. 



Troy Alford— Vice President 

Sally Campbell— Secretary 

Ed Cook 

Cheryl Cranford 

Keith Dubuisson— President 

Bill Everett 

Vincent Flesher— Historian 

Jerry Gilmore 

James Michael Lightsey 

Phil Mullins 



Benjamin Patrick 
Scott Rhodes 
Dennis Rose 
Beverly Terry 
Ronnie Walker 
AK/in J. Williams 
Bill Price 
Harry Hamrick 
Larry Williamson 






292/Business Organizations 





MILITARY 




DEL SUR COMPANY of L'ESPIRITde CORPS 







The purpose of Del Sur Company of 
L'Espirit de Corps is to function as official 
campus hostesses and to assist in ROTC 
Activities. In addition to these activities, Del 
Sur members have served as pages in the 
University's Student Senate, hostesses for 
the Panhellenic Talent Show, assisted the 
Hub City Kiwanis Club's fund raising ac- 
tivities on behalf of mentally retarded 
children, sold programs at university 
basketball games, and assisted Scabbard 
and Blade with planning and preparing for 
the Annual Military Ball. 



FIRST ROW, left to right: Candy Chandler, nationalization officer; Cathy Douglass, president; Sally 
Williams. BACK ROW: Susan Adams, Nancy Herran, Donna Oubre. 




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Linda Bergeron, Gayle Ladner, Sandee Walton, Joan Windham, Becky Barnes, Cathy Douglass, Donna Oubre, Candy 
Chandler, Jeannette Asmar, Patti Bigsby, Juanita Sims. 

294/DelSur 



SCABBARD AND BLADE 



A national military society for men, Scabbard and Blade, sets forth as its purpose to raise the 
standard of military training in American colleges and universities, to unite in closer 
relationship their military departments, to encourage and foster the development of the 
essential qualities of good and efficient officers, and to promote intimacy and good 
fellowship among the cadet officers. Qualifications for membership are not based on 
scholarship alone, but also on those qualities of leadership, initiative, and character which 
cannot be expressed by a decimal point. 




FIRST ROW, left to right: Roy Brookshire, Thomas Smith, Charles Gandy, Bryant Miller, Zachary Patterson, Captain 
Charles Sleeper. SECOND ROW: Chuck Hendricks, John Lyle, Terry Jordan, Marty Ratcliff, Garry Dearman. 



Scabbard and Blade/295 



NATIONAL SOCIETY OF PERSHING RIFLES 



A national organization which sets forth the ideals of developing leadership qualities and promoting fellowship 
and cooperation between members of ROTC units in colleges and universities. 




KNEELING, left to right: Donald Cook, Terry Jordan, Larry Vaughn, Pat Hughs, Ernie Leuenberger. STANDING: 
Captain Roberts, Donald Clay, Greg Miller, Bryant Miller, Glen White. 



296/Pershing Rifles 



ANGEL 
FLIGHT 




FIRST ROW left to right: Susan Gordon, Katie Gentry, Polly Phillips, Pam Purchner. SECOND ROW: Sherry 
Mclnnis, Gigi Thomas, Debbie Taylor, Kathy Smith. 

Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight are sponsored by the Department of Aerospace Studies. They are service 
organizations dedicated to the advancing aerospace age citizenship thru service to the University and community. 
Angel Flight is composed of select University of Southern Mississippi Coed while the Arnold Air Society is composed of 
select members of the Air Force ROTC program. 

George Robert Hall Squadron of the Arnold Air Society. 




FIRST ROW, left to right: Wiley Diamond, Richard Dickson, Mike Moore, Richard Cooper, Shannon Copponex, 
Charles Travis, Larry Hatten, Bill Guarino, John Parrett, Jessie Carroll, Chuck Holdiness, Mike Townsend. SECOND 
ROW: George Dugas, Mike Gusmus, Ed Johnson (New Commander), David Wright, Larry Hale. 



Military/297 




RELIGIOUS 




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From left, FIRST ROW: Imelda Smith, Emily Jo Deen, Frances Sue Bacon, Susan Gordon, Betty Ruth Scott. SECOND 
ROW: Marcie Munn, Juanita Sims, Karen Grigsby, Linda Kaye McGee, Amy Nix. THIRD ROW: W . H. Yarrow, Bill 
Napier, Becky Brechtel, Sarah L. Weaver, Carol Brumfield. FOURTH ROW: Dr. John F. Nau, Powell G. Ogletree, Ben 
L. Calhoun, Dr. Leon A. Wilber, Hayward Anderson. 



Members not pictured: 

Gale Dickerson Campbell 
General Roger Johnson 
Jessie Morrison 
Berenger Brechtel 
Howard Nesbitt 
James Pinson 
Polly Stout 
C.J.Taylor 
Donald Williams 
Forrest Wood 
Clayton Sullivan 
Lynelle Rogers 
W. E. Kirkpatrick 
Linda Amacker Hardee 
Marice Brown 
Annelle Bonner 
James Bishop 
Peter Durkee 
Treadwell Davis 
Jewel Golden 

John Burrus 



Barney Poole 
Don George 
Donna Conerly 
Alice Maw 
Julie M. Banks 
Gail Morgan 
Louise Brown 
Janie Allen 
MikeTownsend 
Geneva Eichelberger 
Laura Swarhhout 
Dana Hurst 
Libby Oswalt 
Mary Lou Richards 
Carol Jane Smith 
Garry Dearman 
Keith Dubuisson 
Kyle Gantt 
Mark Boyles 
Thelma Carroll 
Michele Jones 



Kay Paschal 
Bill Patterson 
Margaret Peters 
Nancy Turner 
Sarah Mclnnis 
Murray Woodson 
Randy Pope 
Kathy Katz 
John Bishop 
Gomer Pound 
Warren Dunn 
Sandra Kaiser 
Pam Tudor 
Gail Lucas 
Dixie Stokes 
Jane Armstrong 
June Dale 
Ruth Bridges 
Paula Bounds 
VickiSaul 
Cindy Landry 



Religion/299 



From left, SEATED: Abe Howze, Music; Ann Buck, Vice- 
President; Diane Granberry, Vuherd Editor; Sandra Lynch, 
Social Chairman; Jerri Manning, Christian Growth; Jerry 
Gilmore, President; Tommy Cothern, Student Center. 
STANDING: Eli Noble, Sr., Associate Director; John 
Sommers, Public Relations; Ginger Brady, Missions; Darryl 
Ferrington, BackDoor; Louie Farmer, Sr., Director. 







300/Rellglon 




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Southern Christian 
Student Center 




Maranatha 



JESUS IS OUR LORD! 



Religion/301 




From left: Susan Brown; Maureen Martin, Secretary; Karen 
Grigsby, President; Sherry Fortenberry; Christy Little; 
Father Farrell; Pene Gray; Julie Martin; Demetria Davis. 
Seated: Bob McDermott, Vice-President; Denise O'Grady; 
Rodger Pinto, Liturgy Chairman. 



The Newman Federation 



The Newman Federation is an organization of Catholic students on secular 
campuses throughout the nation. Its goal is to promote a sense of community 
programs such as retreats, discussion, socials, and civic activities. Daily Mass is 
offered at Danforth Chapel with Sunday Mass at the St. Thomas Aquainas 
Newman Center on West Fourth Street. The Newman Center is open daily to 
students with a stereo, color television, kitchen facilities, and a study room 
available for relaxation. 



302/Rellgion 



The Wesley Foundation 




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The Wesley Foundation offers opportunities for 
recreation, study, and service. Under capable 
leadership and the sponsorship of of the Methodist 
Church, Wesley is representative of the Methodist 
Student Movement. Each Sunday interdenominational 
services are held in the Wesley Building. 



Religion/303 




MISCELLANEOUS 







HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



The University of Southern Mississippi Home Economics Club is 
affiliated with both the Mississippi Home Economics Association 
and the American Home Economics Association. Club membership 
is available to all home economics majors or to those interested in 
home economics. 

The Club was organized at the University of Southern Mississippi in 
1926. The purpose of the organization is to help develop leadership 
ability, to promote professional attitudes and interests, to share with 
others the value of home economics as a profession, and to 
encourage fellowship among faculty and students. 

Annual activities of the Club include: a get-acquainted picnic, 
attendance at the Mississippi Home Economics Association 
meeting, Thanksgiving boxes for needy families, a Christmas party 
for underprivileged children, and, to climax the Club's activities, a 
spring banquet. 



Left to right: Patti Jernigan, Treasurer; Dixie Stokes, 
President; Beth Murray, Reporter; Deanna Nichols, 
Secretary. 




. 



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FIRST ROW, left to right: Rachel Clark, Kissy Brockman, Jennifer Bullock, Diane Elliot, Cindi Smith, Nancy Glover, 
Ann Parker. SECOND ROW: Marty Prichard, Jan Walton, Kay Sherry Adams, Beth Murray, Patti Jernigan, Deanna 
Nichols, Ginny Ray, Becky Prejean. THIRD ROW: Peggy Lindsey, Susie Reese, Margaret Williams, Delores Davis, 
Cynthia Latham, Linda Keen, Susan Holt, Jackie Valentine, Gale Campbell (sponsor). Sherry Clark. 



Home Economics Club/305 



UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES COUNCIL 



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SEATED, left to right: Joe Ledford; Linda Waite; Barbara Baker, secretary; Becky Boisture, chairman of publicity; 
Randy Parke, chairman of productions; Jeanne Taylor; Robin Roderick. Standing: John Hunt; Evan Gallagher; Bobby 
Beavers; Gina Capiey; Larry Spooner; Bob Cerce; Glen Griffin; Scott MacGregor; Ken Murray; Don Westbrook; Cathy 
Shaw; Janet Boyle; Diddy Qulnlan; Sampson Byrd. Not pictured: Shelley Crocker, Bill Griffin, Donna Holmes, Pam 
Shields. Gary Williams, Phil Wilson. 



306/UAC 




The University Activities Council is the programming arm of the 
student body. It is a part of the educational and social program of 
the University and operates under the direction of the Student 
Activities Office located in the R.C. Cook Union. The Council 
plans concerts, movies, lectures, and other activities, varied in 
content, essaying to reach all factions of the student body. 

This year has seen such UAC productions as: Richie Havens 
Concert, Pool and Ping-Pong Tournaments, movies, Mother's 
Finest, Theatrical Productions, Halloween Carnival, Birnam 
Wood, Mardi Gras Ball, Edgar Winter Group, Tranquility, Seals 
and Crofts, Stampeders, Lawrence and Roselle, and the Spring 
Fever Week. 

The UAC came under heavy attack winter quarter, with many 
students complaining that the Council did not fulfill their 
obligations to the students. However, the general consensus 
was that the activities Spring Quarter more than compensated. 
Hopefully, the UAC is headed in the proper direction and with 
the help of the student body will provide unlimited activities in 
the future. 



UAC/307 




'PROGRESS THROUGH UNITY" 




Milton Cambridge, Advisor 



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308/ Afro-American Cultural Society 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: left to right. Pene Carol 
Gray, Miss Afro 1973-1974; Daphne Winters, 
Recruitment-Faculty, Staff, Students; Patrice 
Newsome, Social Affairs; Doris Thomas, 
Academics; Ada Crosby, Vice President; Norweda 
Moore, Secretary; Sheila Brooks, Legal Affairs; 
Roderick Posey, Treasurer; Peter Joseph, 



Parliamentarian; Alvin Williams, Public Relations; 
Velton Straughn, Finance; Eddie Holloway, 
Presidential Advisor; Anthony Harris, Presidential 
Advisor; Willie Craft, SGA Liaison; Melvin 
Hawkins, President. NOT PICTURED: Myron 
Labat, Athletic Director. 



AFRO-AMERICAN CULTURAL SOCIETY 




MEMBERS: Seated, FIRST ROW: Lelia Smith, Patrice Newsome, Martha Woullard, James Cooley, Julie Martin, Pene 
Gray, Demetria Davis, Eddie Holloway, John Johnson, Frankie Benton, Shirley Fairley, Leroy Edwards, Melvin 
Hawkins, SECOND ROW: Terry Johnson, Vivian Gore, Melvin McGowan, Jacqueline Ratliff, Daphne Winters, Francis 
Rankin, Deborah Wiley, Josie Washington, Mary Moore, Norweda Moore, Gail Threadgill, Theodore Payton. 
Standing: Ada Crosby, Alvin Cooley, Cassandra Washington, Velton Straughn, Arnold Steward, Watson Street, 
Anthony Harris, Bernard Aikens, Dina Hamilton, Chloe Prince, Herman Hall, Doris Jones, Francis Gilmore, John 
Flowers, Gail Hall, Raymos McMillian, Lettie Evans, Peter Joseph, Vertilla Holston, Roderick Posey, Earnestine 
Griggs, Linda Ross, Sherron Jackson. 



Afro-American Cultural Society/309 




Yellowjackets 



Lambda 

Alpha 

Epsilon 

Criminal 

Justice 

Association 



From Top to bottom, from left: John de Mond, LuAn 
McGinnis, Mary Deavors, Nancy Hodges, Jan Wycoff. 
Second row: Denise Lewis, Jane Grady, Cathy 
Douglass. Third Row: Sue Young, Gayle Smith, Mike 
Ernst. 



310/Miscellaneous 



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SEATED: Cooper Huckabee, Mickey Hudson, Harry Mullins, Jerry 
Sagus, Doug White, Mike Moon, Doug Parker. STANDING: T.A. 
Ricks, Lee Coleman, Johnny Dragg, George Hunt, Wilson Plunkett, 
Marshall Veal, Kyle Gantt, Larry Oradat. 



MClub 



Alpha Phi 
Omega 

Service Fraternity 







From left: Officers— Charlie Slee- 
per, Treasurer; Mike McPhail, 
President; Randy Muscagni, 
Secretary. 



Miscellaneous/311 




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INDIVIDUALS 



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Graduates 



Acker, Lionel C. 
Bailey, Robert E. 
Barker, Daniel P. 
Brewer, Fred Wesley 
Cain, Ladye Susan 



Biology 
Biology 
Music Theory 
Political Science 
Accounting 



Bay St. Louis 

Hattiesburg 

Brunswick, Ga. 

Hattiesburg 

Utica 



Carter, Giles M. 


Counseling 


Huntingdon, 
Tenn. 


Cerra, Ann Marie 


Reading 


Pass Christian 


Chatham, William G. 


Biology 


Stateline 


Clayton, Larry Allen 


History 


Meridian 


Cobb, Stephen Edward 


Communications 


Little Rock, Ark. 



Coumbs, Demetrios 
Creel, Issac Franklin 
Davis, Dayle Ann 
Dismuke, Mae Doroi 
Ellzey, John E. 



Chemistry Athens, Greece 

Educational Admin. Franklinton, La. 

Speech Pathology New Orleans, La. 

Reading Jackson 

History Bentonia 



Frichter, Samuel Peter 


Speech and Hearing 


Chalmette, La. 


Fuller, Barbara Welch 


English 


Pinola 


Flynn, William G. 


History 


Laurel 


Golmon, James Hollis, Jr. 


Mathematics 


Monticello 


Greer, Sandra McMahan 


English 


Hattiesburg 



Gulledge, Yutana Ruth 


Comparative Lit. 


Collins 


Haffey, C. Patricia 


Biology 


McComb 


Hamilton, Berdie L. 


Reading 


McComb 


Harvey, B. Jane 


Special Education 


Tylertown 


Hatcher, Weldon 


Counseling and 
Guidance 


Ellisville 



Hathorn, Charles Boyce 
Henegar, Manus E., Jr. 
Hentges, Shilloy S. 
Holmes, M. Deloris 
Ingram, Leonard L. 



Educational Admin. 

Educational Admin. 

Music 

Health Education 

Chemistry 



Gulf Breeze, Fla. 

Gulfport 

Rochester, Minn. 

Long Beach 

Soso 



Johnson, Thomas M. 
Johnston, James Baker 


Music Education 
Science Education 


Pickens 
Greenwell 


^\ 


Jordan, Juanita 
Kersh, Arthur F. 
Kirby, Ernest Ray 


Reading 
Accounting 
Counseling and 
Guidance 


Springs, La. 

Greenwood 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 


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Landry, Brenda M. 
Lasher, Charles Wayne 
Lea, Beverly Ann 
Legget, Mary Diane 
Lindsey, Jerry Norman 


Economics 

Guidance 

Guidance 

History 

Guidance 


Franklin, La. 

Forrest 

Osyka 

Clinton 

Hattiesburg 


■y 




316/Graduates 




Mancuso, Louis Charles 
Matlock, William Gary 
McAlister, Sue Carol 
McGee, Linda Kaye 
McGinn, William Wilson 



McLang, Albert Calvin 
McPhail, Mark David 
Mendell, Edward Ronald 
Montgomery, Elaine Fields 
Moore, Robert Lee 



Communications 

Business Admin. 

English 

Home Economics 

Educational Admin. 



New Orleans 

Meridian 

Meridian 

Meridian 

Charlotte, N.C. 



Educational Admin. Hattiesburg 

Business Admin. Collinsville 

Physical Education Williamsburg, Ky. 

Guidance Pensacola, Fla. 

Science Education Forest 



a 

Murphy, Wayne E. 


Finance 


Jackson 


Nectoux, Joseph John 


Elementary Education 


Shreveport, La. 


Nelson, Linda Carol 


Educational Admin. 


Ft. Walton 
Beach, Fla. 


Oden, Martin M. 


History 


Dekalb 


O'Neal, James Morris 


Chemistry 


McComb 


Patel, NarendraM. 


Polymer Science 


Maniagar, India 


Peresiech, Joseph G. 


Mathematics 


Biloxi 


i Pinkerton, Phyllis Ann 


Reading 


Hattiesburg 


Prichard, Lex S., Jr. 


Management 


Meadville 


Randall, Ricky 


Computer Science 


Leakesville 



Rdy, C. Ovin 



Educational Admin. 



Clinton 



Reade, Harold Carl 



Educational Admin. 



Purvis 



Roby, RoyH. 



Educational Admin. 



Yazoo City 



Scott, Betty Ruth 
Segrest, Stephen Graham 
Shah, Ashhkkumar H. 
Simmons, Jessie Mae 
Simpson, James T. 



Accounting 
Theatre Arts 
Accounting 
Reading 
Marketing 



Hattiesburg 

Tuskegee, Ala. 

Bombay, India 

Utica 

Hattiesburg 



Graduates/317 



Smith, Benny Samp 
Smith, LelaM. 
Smith, Leonard Spencer, Jr. 
Smith, Pamela Sue 
Smith, Stanley Edward 



Mathematics 

Reading 

Chemistry 

Communications 

Recreation 



Wimauma, Fla. 

Jackson 

Thomasville, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

Columbia 



Smith, W. Douglas 


Health, P. E., and 
Recreation 


Hattiesburg 


Spence, Denis C. 


English 


Durban, 
South Africa 


Steele, Marcus Lynn 


Chemistry 


Natchez 


Stennis, Charles E. 


Music Education 


Meridian 


Terry, Raymond III 


Political Science 


Biloxi 


Thames, Billy B. 


Educational Admin. 


Wesson 


Tombinson, Robert Scott 


Psychology 


Laurel 


Wallace, Duane William 


Accounting 


Wesson 


Weakley, Marilyn Smith 


Special Education 


Jackson 


Weaver, Lynda Anne 


Management 


Gulfport 



Weber, James Raymond 


Chemistry 


Newton 


White, John Doug 


Physical Education 


Gulfport 


Williams, James W. 


Educational Admin. 


Onawa, Iowa 


Winsor, Robert D. 


Elementary Education 


New Orleans 


Witte, Florence 


English 


Columbia 



Woodrick, Elsie Elizabeth 
Woullard, Martha Murl 
Yeates, Ronald Gene 



Recreation 

Secondary Education 
Health and Physical Ed. 



Vicksburg 

Hattiesburg 

Canton 



318/Graduates 




Seniors 




Adams, Dorothy Lorene 
Adams, Mary Ann 
Agee, Annie Laura 
Ainsworth, Charlene 
Ainsworth, Linda Kay 



Alford, Rosamond Joy 
Alford, Troy Nelson 
Amato, Gerald Christopher 
Ambrose, Vicki Green 
Ammons, Janice Marie 



Ammons, Ricky Elton 
Anderson, John Timothy 

Anderson, Julie Harron 
Anderson, Mary Kay 
Anderson, Susan Jean 



Andrews, John Alfred 
Anthony, Susan Ruth 
Atkinson, Jill Marie 
Austin, Marjorie Lynn 
Ayers, Beverly Jean 



Elementary Education 
Sociology 
Communications 
Special Education 
Music Education 



Inverness 

Laurel 

Brookhaven 

Bay Springs 

Jackson 



Chemistry 


Sumrall 


Accounting 


Tylertown 


General Business 


New Orleans 


Political Science 


Gulfport 


Special Education 


Fayette 



Physical Education 


Hattiesburg 


Real Estate and 




Insurance 


Edwards 


Elementary Education 


Ellisville 


Elementary Education 


Gulfport 


Mathematics 


Liberty 



Mathematics Hattiesburg 

Elementary Education Pass Christian 
Mathematics Biloxi 

Spanish and Linguistics Vicksburg 

Nursing Marietta 



Bacon, Frances Sue 


Management-Dietetics 


Wiggins 


Bailey, L. Kay 


English 


Biloxi 


Baker, Barbara Ann 


Special Education 


Gulfport 


Balius, Albert Scott 


Political Science 


Biloxi 


Barber, Lora R. 


Elementary Education 


Moss Point 



Bardwell, Roger Lynn 
Bardwell, Susan Judge 
Barlow, Brenda Frances 
Barnes, Mary L. 
Barnes, Mary Lee 



Industrial Arts 
Mathematics 
Elementary Education 
Speech Pathology 
Elementary Education 



Gloster 

Gloster 

Moss Point 

Moss Point 

Taylorsville 



Barnett, Shannon 


Special Education Laurel 


Baron, MonikaS. 


History Hattiesburg 


Baugh, Janet Gaye 


Anthropology Ellisville 


Belknap, Mary E. 


Clothing Merchandising Edwards 


Bellman, Dennis Allen 


Computer Science Ocean Springs 



Benge, Patricia Lynn 
Bennett, Anthony Wayne 
Benton, Frankie L. 
Bergeron, Linda Powell 
Bergeron, Scott Michael 



English 


Laurel 


Biology 


Noxapater 


Communications 


Hattiesburg 


Speech Pathology 


Biloxi 


Political Science 


Biloxi 



Seniors/319 



Bily, Linda Susan 


Mathematics 


Metairie 


Bishop, Bobby Joe 


Journalism 


Jackson 


Bishop, John Hines 


Pre-Med 


Hattiesburg 


Bivins, Darwin Webster 


Special Education 


Stateline 


Blalock, J. Kim 


Art Education 


Little Rock 



Boesch, Jim Martin 
Boggan, Anita Rebecca 
Boisture, Rebecca Ann 
Bollman, Brynn Lesleen 
Bonner, Deborah E. 



Corrective Therapy 
Mathematics 
Speech Pathology 
Special Education 
Business Education 



Long Beach 

Mendenhall 

Jennings, La. 

Jackson 

Natchez 



Booty, William Arthur 


Commercial Art 


Jackson 


Boswell, Lynda Kay 


Elementary Education 


Meridian 


Bounds, Edna Joyce 


Early Childhood 
Education 


Sumrall 


Bounds, Paul Miriam 


Elementary Education 


Lucedale 


Bounds, Susanne Dees 


History 


Hattiesburg 



Boutwell, Raymond Osborn 


Personnel Management 


Newton 


Bowles, William T. 


Health and P. E. 


Venice, Fla. 


Boyd, Peggy S. 


Elementary Education 


Tylertown 


Boyd, Sydney Glenn 


Biology 


Richton 


Bradley, Ann Kathleen 


Special Education 


Purvis 



Brady, James Michael 
Brandon, RandeWachter 
Branton, Peggy Diane 
Brashier, Shelia Ann 
Breakfield, Marion Louis 



Mathematics 
Journalism 
Executive Secretarial 
Elementary Education 
English 



Meridian 

Meridian 

Hattiesburg 

Ocean Springs 

Columbia 



Breland, Lola 


Business Education 


Brookhaven 


Breland, Michael Devon 


Accounting 


Laurel 


Brewer, Luther T. 


Mathematics 


McComb 


Brewer, Marcia Dickson 


Nursing 


Jackson 


Brewer, Paul Z. 


Physical Education 


Natchez 



Brewer, Peggy Jean 


Elementary Education 


McComb 


Brewer, Tommy 1. 


Architectural Technology 


Jackson 


Briceno, Gonzale 


Marketing 


Lima, Peru 


Bridges, Donald Wayne 


Athletic Administration 


Prentiss 


Broome, Ann Barbara 


Elementary Education 


Jackson 



Broome, Witchy 


English 


Transylvania 


Brown, Carolyn Lorraine 


Elementary Education 


Laurel 


Brown, David S. 


Personnel Management 


Lucedale 


Brown, Larry Michael 


Personnel Management 


Brandon 


Brown, Mary Ann 


Recreation 


Baton Rouge 



320/Seniors 





Brown, Ottis Eugene 
Brown, Peggy 
Bryant, John Thomas 
Bullock, Judy Ann 
Bunch, Janice Delilah 



Bunnell, Vernon Blair 
Burford, Kathleen Louise 
Burge, Patricia Ann 
Burnham, Wilson Alan 
Burns, Robert Edward 



Burtness, David Boe 
Burris, Patsy Pittman 
Bush, GaylaGwen 
Butler, Christopher Paul 
Butler, Mary Marlene 



Butler, Mike 
Byrd, Samson Eugene 
Burris, Thomas Enos 
Byrd, Paul Wesley 
Campbell, Sally Ann 



Cannon, Debra Barre 

Carlisle, John C. 
Carter, Ronnie Elliot 
Cayten, Wendell Kendall 
Chain, Delia Fay 



Chapman, J. Mark 
Chapman, Janis Faye 
Chatham, Brenda Joy 
Childress, David 
Chisolm, Carol Jane 



Chunn, Jodie Marie 
Clardy, Larry Gene 
Clarida, James Thomas 
Clark, Doris Rachel 

Clark, Janet C. 



Clark, Roger Leon 
Clay, Cheryl Janet 
Cochran, Kerry Dean 
Cochran, Susan M. 

Collins, Anna R. 



History Tylertown 

Computer Science Bogue Chitto 

Biology Taylorsville 

Elementary Education Franklinton, La. 

Elementary Education Waynesboro 



Athletic Administration 
Retail Marketing 
Mathematics 
Accounting 
Radio-TV-Film 



Richton 

Columbus 

Raleigh 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 



Accounting Robbinsdale, Minn. 

Nursing Columbia 

Special Education Laurel 

English Galveston, Texas 

Sociology Meridian 



General Business 

Economics 

History and Journalism 

Personnel Management 

Accounting 



Home Economics 

Education 
Accounting 

Industrial Management 
Accounting 
Physical Education 



Music Education 
Executive Secretarial 
Special Education 
Accounting 
Mathematics 



Magee 

Brookhaven 

Magnolia 

Poplarville 

Quitman 



Laurel 

Collins 

Picayune 

Long Beach 

Magee 



Attalla 

Meridian 

Waynesboro 

Mendenhall 

Bailey 



Medical Technology 
Radio-TV-Film 
Criminal Justice 
Home Economics 

Education 
Physical Education 



Ellisville 

Caledonia 

Luford, Texas 

Sumrall 

Greenwood 



Geography Petal 

Special Education Hattiesburg 

Elementary Education Pascagoula 

Home Economics Ocean Springs 

Education 

Communication Laurel 



Seniors/321 



Collins, Charles Edward 
Commiskey, Carol E. 
Compretta, David Arthur 
Cook, Madeleine Deborah 
Cook, Neil Richardson 



Accounting 
Music Education 
Mathematics 
Elementary Education 
Accounting 



Laurel 

Carthage 

Bay St. Louis 

Jackson 

Bradenton, Fla 



Cook, S. Edward 


Accounting 


Hattiesburg 


Cooley, James M. 


Sociology 


Picayune 


Costilow, V. Sherry 


Elementary Education 


Newton 


Cotter, Daniel Brian 


Journalism-Advertising 


Biloxi 


Cowell, Darrell W. 


Psychology 


Brandon 



Cox, Barbara Ruth 


Library Science 


Braxton 


Crecink, Linoa 


Nursing 


Meadville 


Crosby, Bing George 


Radio-TV-Film 


Jackson 


Crosby, Cathy Lynn 


Nursing 


Jackson 


Cross, Betty Ann 


Elementary Education 


Petal 



Crout, Joe P. 
Cruthirds, Dianna Lynn 
Cryder, C. Dennis 
Dabbs, Donna Buchanan 
Dabbs, William F. Jr. 



English 
English 

Radio-TV-Film 
Journalism 
Social Studies 



Raleigh 

Biloxi 

Jackson 

Quitman 

Quitman 



Dale, Daisy June 


Insurance & 
Real Estate 


Prentiss 


Daniel, Joseph Hawkins 


General Business 


Fulton 


Daniel, William C. 


Special Education 


Meridian 


Davidson, Winkie 


Psychology 


Moss Point 


Davis, Don W. 


Athletic Administration 


Wiggins 



Davis, James Douglas 

Davis, Michael Malloy 
Dearman, Garrett Stuart Jr. 
Dearman, Rebecca Holmes 
Decell, Pamela Anne 



Deen, Emily Jo 
Delcambre, Paul Joseph 
Dent, Inez Patricia 
Denoux, Clarice Annette 
Denyer, Paul Greg 



Desporte, Charles Lynn 
Dethloff, Wayne G. 
Diamond, Charlotte C. 
DIBenedetto, Phil Peter 
Dickson, Donna C. 



Insurance & 

Real Estate 
Computer Science 
Political Science 
Speech Pathology 
Psychology & Sociology 



Jackson 

Gulfport 
Hattiesburg 
Mobile, Ala. 

Jackson 



English & Spanish 
Political Science 
Mathematics 
Audiology 



Corinth 

Biloxi 

Hattiesburg 

New Orleans, La 



Athletic Administration Ocean Springs 



History Biloxi 

Business Administration Moss Point 
Speech Education Long Beach 

Marketing Baton Rouge, La. 

Special Education Biloxi 



322/Seniors 





Diede, Brenda Darlene 
Dix, Elliott Scovell 
Donaldson, Gary 
Dorris, Joyce Margaret 
Draper, Stephen Wayne 



Nursing 

Industrial Management 

Computer Science 

English & History 

Health 



Gulfport 

Lockport, N.Y. 

Hattiesburg 

Long Beach 

Jackson 



Drinkard, Susan E. 


Elementary Education 


Meridian 


Dubuisson, Lawrence Keith 


Finance 


Gulfport 


Dubuisson, Victor Albert 


Computer Science 


Picayune 


Dubuisson, Wanda 


Nursing 


Lyman 


Duffy, Jean Patricia 


Special Education 


Gulfport 



Duhs, Debbie C. 
Dwyer, Michael Lea 
Easterling, Sandra Kay 
Eberst, Patti L. 
Edwards, Hilda Jane 



English 

Chemistry 

History 

Special Education 

Pre-Med 



Biloxi 

Meridian 

Flomaton, Ala. 

Marion, Ind. 

Conehatta 



Edwards, Jacquelyn Diane 


Music Education 


Decatur 


Elam, Johnnie Lynn 


Health, P. E.& 
Recreation 


Hattiesburg 


Elliott, Wendell Holmes 


Zoology 


Laurel 


Ellis, Mayo Alton 


Sociology 


Gulfport 


Ellis, RandellW. 


Sociology 


Purvis 



Emerson, Mary K. 
Ervin, JonnieGail 
Etheridge, Peggy J. 
Evans, Lettie Marie 
Everett, Jerry L. 



Elementary Education Seminole, Okla. 

Sociology Meridian 

Elementary Education McComb 

Elementary Education Wiggins 

Marketing Morton 



Fanning, Carolyn J. 


Political Science 
& History 


Baton Rouge, La. 


Farnam, Nancy C. 


Psychology 


Jackson 


Farve, Alice Marie 


Library Science 


Sumrall 


Fava, Margaret Alyce 


Special Education 


Greenville 


Favre, Kathryn Ruth 


Business Education 


Kiln 



Fendlason, Victoria Joyce 


English 


Bogalusa, La. 


Ferry, Susan Marie 


Physical Education 
& Health 


Waveland 


Field, Deborah Ann 


General Business 


Edwards 


Fillingame, Judy Ann 


Elementary Education 


Hattiesburg 


Fillingain, Freaky Fred 


Medical Technology 


Marks 



Flllingim, Irene V. 
Finke.VlckiV. 
Flanders, Robert A. 
Flesher, Vincent T. 
Fontaine, Kent William 



Art Gulfport 

Special Education Charleston 

Athletic Administration Melbourne, Fla. 
Industrial Management Jackson 

Industrial Management Hattiesburg 



Seniors/323 



Forchetti, Vance A. 


Industrial Arts 


Levittown, Pa. 


Ford, Michael W. 


Personnel Management 


Hattiesburg 


Fortner, Patricia 


Applied Piano 


Foxworth 


Foster, Calvin Edward 


Real Estate and 
Insurance 


Bentonia 


Foster, Vicky Ann 


Speech Pathology 


Hattiesburg 



Foy, Patricia Anne 
Frederic, Cheryl Ann 
Freeman, Carroll Benton 
French, Connie Louise 
French, Terrie Laine 



Elementary Education Claremont, Calif. 
Theatre Pascagoula 

Applied Voice Hattissburg 

Elementary Education Pass Christian 
Speech Pathology Long Beach 



Freund, Charles Michael 


Music Education 


Greenville 


Gaines, Cecile Annetto 


Business Education 


Laurel 


Gaines, Cynthia Elaine 


Business Education 


Laurel 


Gallaspy, Joe D., Jr. 


History 


Jackson 


Gandy, Celia Milton 


Business Education 


Columbia 



Gandy, Sylvia June 


Speech Education 


Poparville 


Gantt, William Kyle 


History 


Andalusia, Ala. 


Gardner, Deborah Faye 


Executive Secretary 


Laurel 


Gardner, Deborah Kaye 


Physical Education 


Magnolia 


Garvey, Janet E. 


Nursing 


Boyle 



Gekides, PaulC. 
Gentry, Kathryn Mary 
Gianakos, Demetreos 

George 
Gibson, Ronnie Lavon 
Gittleman, Steven Frank 



Mathematics Salonica, Greece 

Elementary Education Jackson 

Zoology Meridian 

Geography Hattiesburg 

Athletic AdministrationPhiladelphia, Pa. 




324/Seniors 




Glason, G. David 
Glass, Frederic Charles 
Gleason, Mary Frances 
Goellner, Catherine Ann 
Goellner, Mary C. 



Goettsch, Terry Wayne 
Goff, Susan Felice 
Gollott, Sandra Lea 
Golmon, Mary Dorcas 
Gore, R. Gerald 



Grant, Cecil L. 
Graves, Jimmy Lin 
Graves, Nathan Ewell 
Green, Beverly 
Greer, James Evin 



Grice, Teresa Marie 
Griffin, Martha J. Keys 
Griggs, Patrick Lee 
Grigsby, Karen Ann 
Grotefend, Kathryn B. 



Grotefend, Walter David 
Grunsnick, Judy 
Guarino, William Robert 
Guiles, Johnny Mack 
Gunn, George C. 



Personnel Management Ocean Springs 
Biology Gulfport 

Psychology Meridian 

Special Education Lumberton 

Special Education Lumberton 



Computer Science 
Child Development 
English 
Accounting 
History 



Des Moines, Iowa 

Lucedale 

Vancleave 

Monticello 

Sumrall 



Personnel Management Biloxi 

Marketing Tylertown 

Accounting Tylertown 

Elementary Education Hattiesburg 

General Business Crystal Springs 



Institution Management Clarksdale 
Elementary Education Hattiesburg 

History Ocean Springs 

History Hattiesburg 

Art Education Columbia 



Biology and Chemistry 

Psychology 

Industrial Technology 

Physics 

Marketing 



New Orleans 

Gautier 

Picayune 

Runnelstown 

Columbia 



Guraedy, James Bruce 


Art 


Jackson 


Guthrie, Sandra Kay 


Elementary Education 


Laurel 


Guy, Ray William 


Athletic Administration 


Thomson, Ga. 


Halbert, Richard D. 


Accounting 


Quitman 


Hall, Edna L. 


Social Studies 


Moss Point 



Hall, Gayle P. 
Hall, Gwenda Fay 
Hall, Martha Diane 
Hamilton, BrendaGail 
Hamilton, Linda Gail 



Executive Secretary Gulfport 

Elementary Education Hattiesburg 

Geology Magee 

Speech Pathology Jackson 

Elementary Education Annandale, Va. 



Hankin, Carol R. 


Speech Pathology 


Tupelo 


Hanks, Connie L. 


Elementary Education 


Waveland 


Hanks, Robert Patrick 


English 


Vicksburg 


Harrison, Walter R. 


Journalism 


Greenville 


Harold, Marian 


Nursing 


Leland 



Seniors/325 



Harper, Linda C. 
Harrington, Annie Lucille 
Harris, Sharron Paulette 
Harris, William Gabriel 
Harrison, Deborah Ann 



Hartwig, Christine E. 
Harvey, Linda S. 
Harvey, Shelia Jo 
Harvill, Joy Ann 
Hassell, Charles E., Jr. 



Music Education 
Music Education 
History 

Computer Science 
Architecture 



Medical Technology 
Psychology 
Business Education 
Accounting 
Social Studies 



Canton 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Meridian 



Hattiesburg 

Columbia 

Gulfport 

Bay St. Louis 

Biloxi 



Havard, Lawrence 1. 


Corrective Therapy 


Natchez 


Hawkins, William Gary 


Business 


Canton 


Hawkins, Lloyd C, Jr. 


Sociology 


Jackson 


Hayes, Linda Louise 


Mathematics 


Waveland 


Heath, Mary K. 


Speech Pathology 


Hattiesburg 



Heidelburg, Willie Ross 
Heitzmann, Jerry David 
Helms, Robert Dale 
Henderson, Eugene Wilham 
Hendricks, Delma Charles 



Health and P. E. 
Law Enforcement 
Political Science 
Accounting 
Recreation 



Lumberton 

Bay St. Louis 

Hattiesburg 

Meridian 

Laurel 



Henegar, Ruth Ellen 


German 


Gulfport 


Hennig, Glenn Harry 


Real Estate and 
Insurance 


Biloxi 


Hessler, Theodore III 


Computer Science 


Hamburg, N.J. 


Hickman, Eileen Louise 


Music Education 


Jackson 


Hilkert, David A. 


Communications 


Jackson 



Himes, George L. Geography Biloxi 

Hoda, Bryan Matthews Athletic Administration Gulfport 

Hogan, Susan Jo Elementary Education Natchez 

Holliman, Connie Gail Elementary Education Ovett 

Hollinger, Charlotte Elizabeth Biology Meadville 



Holmes, Kenneth Wayne 


Marketing 


Prentiss 


Horsley, Susie F. 


Elementary Education 


Leeds, Ala. 


Hosey, Richard Dale 


Biology 


Stringer 


Howell, Hal Durwood 


Elementary Education 


Mize 


Huch, Paula Ann 


Special Education 


Long Beach 



Huckabee, Cooper Thomas 
Hudnall, Patricia Ann 
Hudson, Michelle 
Hudson, Mickey Conrad 
Hunlley, Charles E. 



Athletic Administration Mobile, Ala. 
Elementary Education Bailey 

History Jackson 

Recreation Bay Minette, Ala. 

Mathematics Haines City, Fla. 



326/Seniors 





Hunt, George F. 
Hunter, Scott 
Hyatt, Nettie Pamela 
Ingram, Charles Edward 
Ingram, Clyde Wayne 



Recreation 
Russian 
Accounting 
Music Theory 
Political Science 



Biloxi 

Warren, Pa. 

McComb 

Gulfport 

Petal 



Inman, Tina Lee 


Merchandising 


Hattiesburg 


Ivy, Tobe Tyner 


Criminal Justice 


Brandon 


Ivy, Trudy Fran 


Elementary Education 


Jackson 


Jabour, Debbie 


English 


Vicksburg 


Jackson, Jackie Deborah 


Nursing 


Hattiesburg 



Jackson, James Lynn 


Accounting 


Biloxi 


Jackson, Patricia Ann 


Music Education 


Prentiss 


James, Betty Jean 


History 


Jackson 


Jay, James A. 


History 


Baton Rouge, La 


Jennings, Larry Quentin 


Recreation 


Vicksburg 



Joachim, Catherine E. 


Accounting 


Biloxi 


Jobe, Linda G. 


Speech Pathology 


Canton 


Johnson, Clayton E. 


Accounting 


Laurel 


Johnson, Edwin Dennis 


Industrial Arts 


McComb 


Johnson, Johnny Odell 


Psychology 


Laurel 



Johnston, Sherri Anne 

Johnston, Sidney Eugene 
Johnston, William Larry 
Jones, Annie Lee 
Jones, Beverly Anne 



Pre-Med Greenwood 

Springs, La. 
Communications Vicksburg 

Criminal Justice Decatur 

Accounting Brookhaven 

Business Education Bay Minette, Ala. 



Jones, C. R. 


Accounting 


Columbia 


Jones, Dana Hal 


Biology 


Gulfport 


Jordan, Linda Ruth 


English 


Waynesboro 


Kaufman, Eugene 


Sociology 


Gulfport 


Keenan, Elizabeth Kathleen 


Journalism 


Kreole 



Kelly, Sylvia Alice 


Nursing 


Lake 


Kendrick, Charles L. 


Graphic 
Communications 


Petal 


Kennedy, Gordon E., Jr. 


Criminal Justice 


Greenville 


Kent, Allen D. 


Microbiology 


Meridian 


Klchler, Georgi Prochazka 


Music Education 


Elberta, Ala. 


Kinberger, Gale Bridget 


Early Childhood 
Education 


Long Beach 


King, Donald 


History 


Gulfport 


King, James Hilton 


Accounting 


Mulling, S.C. 


King, Linda Carol 


Special Education 


Hattiesburg 


Kirkland, Elbert Wayne 


Athletic Administration 


Ellisville 



Seniors/327 



Kirkwood, Harold Ronald 
Kittrell, Mary Hannah 
Kleinpeter, Durbin B., Jr. 
Knighton, Genora King 
Knobloch, Donnie 



Kwong, Betty Lai 

Lacuesta, Rita 
Ladner, Donald L. 
Ladner, Gail Ann 
Ladner, Linda Fay 



Ladner, Susan Marsha 
Lahr, Alan Dale 
Lambert, Helen Reston 
Lambert, Paul Richard 
Land, Sarah Margaret 



Personnel Management Wade 

Elementary Education Stateline 

Accounting Baton Rouge, La. 

Elementary Education Forest 

Data Processing Jackson 



Architectural 
Technology 
Food and Nutrition 
Music Education 
Music Education 
English 



Greenwood 



Gulfport 

Lumberton 

Brookhaven 

Gulfport 



Elementary Education Pass Christian 

Library Science New Haven, Ind. 

Accounting Hattiesburg 

Political Science Hattiesburg 

Home Economics Clinton 



Landrum, M. Ladeen 


Biology 


Brooklyn 


Landry, E. Margaret 


Accounting 


Biloxi 


Langston, Lucky L. 


Athletic Administration 


Gulfport 


Lansing, Avis Carrol 


Physical Education 


Magnolia 


Lansolot, Harry Wolfe 


Theatre 


New York, N.Y. 



Lavigne, Lee Linda 

Lawley, Larry Franklin 
Leary, Shannon C. 
LeClaire, Frederick R. 
Lee, John E. 



Leggett, Janet R. 
Leggett, Linda Jane 

Lewis, Raymond George 
Lewis, William Street 
Levy, Terry R. 



Lightsey, Claudette 
Lightsey, Kathryn Lanell 
Lindsey, Peggy Theresa 
Little, Robertas. 
Lockhart, Jerry Wayne 



Loeffler, Beverly Young 
Long, Joseph Michael 
Long, Larry Charles 
Long, Monroe W. 
Lowrey, Evelyn Anne 



Elementary Education 

Criminal Justice 
Special Education 
Industrial Management 
Finance 



Business Education 
Elementary Education 

Political Science 
Computer Science 
Political Science 



Southbridge, 

Mass. 

Pascagoula 

Pass Christian 

Monticello 

Hattiesburg 



Hattiesburg 

Fort Worth, 

Texas 

Louisville, Ky. 

Liberty 

Pascagoula 



Elementary Education Sandersville 
Business Education Laurel 

Home Economics Laurel 

Accounting Ocean Springs 

Personnel Management Moss Point 



Special Education Tallahassee, Fla. 
Pre-Med Hattiesburg 

Biology Quitman 

History Brandon 

Elementary Education Gulfport 



328/Seniors 





Lucas, Jennifer Gail 
Lukacena, John Nicholas 
Lundy, Michael Warren 
Luper, James Scott 
Luper, Karen Wood 



Political Science 
Athletic Administration 
Recreation 
Physical Education 
Elementary Education 



Chatom, Ala. 

Toronto, Ohio 

Parchman 

Tylertown 

Tylertown 



Lusk, Patricia Ann 


Special Education 


Natchez 


Lyle, Harold Gene 


Accounting 


Morton 


Lynch, Margie D. 


Library Science 


Hattiesburg 


Lynch, Sandra Kay 


Physical Education 


Jackson 


Magee, Bobbie Lee 


Nursing 


Collins 



Majure, William Davis 
Malcolm, William W. 
Malone, Richard Wayne 
Manguno, Paula Ruth 
Mansour, Gloria Ann 



Marant, Nancy Maria 
Markham, Brenda 
Martin, Barbara J. 
Martin, Carmen 
Martin, Ginger Lee 



May, Glenn M. 
Maye, Janet Faye 
McCann, Brenda Tucker 
McCardle, Mickey Lee 
McCarty, Agnes Mae 



McCracken, Martha 
McCraine, Suzan Nelson 
McDaniel, Mary E. 
McDonald, Julie Ann 



Library Science Meridian 

Therapeutic Recreation Fort Pierce, Fla. 
Anthropology & Religion Picayune 

Home Economics Hattiesburg 

Clothing Merchandising Greenville 



Commercial Art 
Executive Secretary 
Social Science 
Painting 
Speech Pathology 



Accounting 

Music 

Elementary Education 

Accounting 

Special Education 



Elementary Education 
Psychology 
Elementary Education 
Elementary Education 



Pass Christian 

Brookhaven 

Raleigh 

Waynesboro 

Mobile, Ala. 



Union Church- 
Raleigh 



McElhenny, Deborah Dianne Elementary Education 



Forest 
Laurel 
Laurel 



Belzoni 

Hattiesburg 

Meridian 

Columbia 

Decatur 



McFarland, Nancy 
McGee, Harvey Charles 
Mclnnis, Sarah Ray 
McKie, Robert P. 



Speech Pathology 
Recreation 
Medical Technology 
Geography 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Leakesville 
Dekalb 



McLaurin, Leonard Gilbert Personnel Management Sandersville 



McLelland, Jerry Alan 
McLelland, Margaret Jones 
McLeod, Sheila Ann 
McMahan, Michael B. 
McMurtray, Janice 



Biology 

Elementary Education 
Elementary Education 
Pre- Law 
Political Science 



Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburg 
Leakesville 
Hattiesburg 
Terry 



Seniors/329 



McNair, Harold Gordon 
McNair, Steven L. 
McNeese, George W. 
McNeese, Lauren Allene 
Meador, Marjorie Louise 



Mecomber, Stanley Sheldon 
Medel, Beverly Jane 
Merchant, Bruce Wayne 
Merchant, Freida Lynn 
Merrell, Willie Mae 



Middleton, John Wesley Jr. 
Miller, Diann Elizabeth 
Miller, Gregory Lawrence 
Miller, Marilyn A. Stewart 
Miller, Michael Richard 



Industrial Arts 

Finance 

History 

Elementary Education 

Elementary Education 



Poplarville 

Mount Olive 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Mobile, Ala. 



Biology Picayune 

Music Olmsted Falls, Ohio 

Athletic Administration SoSo 

Elementary Education SoSo 

Sociology Gulfport 



Recreation 


Natchez 


Special Education 


Leakesville 


Geology 


Albany, N.Y. 


Communication 


Clinton 


Recreation 


Biloxi 



Milliog, Robert Bryan 


Industrial Education 


Collins 


Milloy, Donald Cox 


Industrial Management 


Hattiesburg 


Miskel, Sally Marie 


Chemistry 


Pascagoula 


Mitchom, Robert D. 


Criminal Justice 


Pelahatchie 


Mixon, Judy Deloris 


Elementary Education 


Magnolia 



Moffett, Barbara 


Special Education 


Ellisville 


Molony, Sheila Tyler 


Radio-TV-Film 


Canton 


Monroe, Nellie Sue 


Elementary Education 


Columbia 


Montgomery, Suzette 


Library 
Science-Anthropology 


Long Beach 


Moody, Doyle Wayne 


Industrial Technology 


Lucedale 



Moody, NelleH. 
Moore Donna Belinda 

Moore, Catherine 
Moran, Karen Joy 
Morgan, Katherine Elaine 



Morris, David Roy 
Mullican, Edwin T. Jr. 
Mullins, Harry Miller 
Mullins, P. James 
Murray, Lemuel Leo 



Nursing Ocean Springs 

Home Economics Education Taylorsille 

& Clothing Mdse. 
Business Education Moss Point 

Business Education Perkinston 

Library Science Moselle 



Science Education 

Education 

Physical Education 

Marketing 

Personnel Management 



Hattiesburg 

Long Beach 

Natchez 

Greenwood 

McCall Creek 



Murray, Pamala Beth 


Clothing Merchandising 


McComb 


Myers, Mary Eller 


Recreation 


Pelahatchie 


Myrlck, Thomas Ray 


Athletic Administration 


Richton 


Nelson, Catherlng 


Chemistry 


Meridian 


Neal, C.Joann 


English 


Madison 




330/Seniors 




Nelson, Michael Saunders 
Newell, John Barry 
Newell, Joyce Rutland 
Newell, Larry Wayne 
Newman, James Henry 



Newman, Jan Susan 
Nix, Charlene M. 
Nobles, Ernest B. Jr. 
Noblin, Ronnie Edward 
Norris, Cynthia Ann 



Geology 

English 

History 

Music Education 

Criminal Justice 



Special Education 

Physical Education 

Communications 

Biology 

Music Education 



Long Beach 
Brookhaven 
Hattiesburg 
Mobile, Ala. 
Liberty 



Gulfport 

Natchez 

Gulfport 

Forest 

Wilmington, Ohio 



Norris, Christopher E. 


Music Education 


Columbus 


Nowell, Cynthia Ann 


English 


Union 


Nunnery, Herbert Reese 


Accounting 


Liberty 


Oberlin, Sam "Rock" 


Real Estate 
& Insurance 


Natchez 


Odom, Bobby Joe 


Personnel Management 


Laure 



Oliver, Deborah Carol 



O'Shea, Libby 



Oradat, Larrk Lee 



Orgeron, Helen Ann 



Orlicek, Pamela Jane 



Recreation 



Baton Rouge, La. 



English 



Charleston 



Physical Education 



Marion, Ind. 



Elementary Education Marrero, La. 



Speech Pathology 



Hollandale 



Seniors/331 



Osterholtz, Linda C. 

Oxtiz, Daniel Vincent 
Palazzo, Eugene George 
Palermo F. Vincent 
Parker, Debra Jo 



Parker, Doug 
Parker, Hugh James 
Parrett, John Wayne 
Paschal, Elizabeth Kay 
Patterson, Susan Angela 



Patterson, William David 
Paul, Susie 
Pauley, David Lynn 
Pearson, Gwendell L. 
Peden, Nancy Elizabeth 



Executive Secretarial 

Studies 
Radio-RV-Film 
Business 
Marketing 
Library Science 



Mobile, Ala. 

San Diego, Calif. 

Gulfport 

Vicksburg 

Pascagoula 



Athletic Administration 

Sociology 

Data Processing 

Music 

Elementary Education 



Religion & Philosophy 

English 

Personnel Management 

Finance 

Special Education 



Meridian 

Heidelberg 

Pascagoula 

Newton 

Morse, La. 



Hattiesburg 

Bay St. Louis 

Hattiesburg 

Picayune 

Jackson 



Penley, Clarke Newman 


English 


Vicksburg 


Penton, James Dallas 


Physical Education 


Picayune 


Pepper, Nora Ann 


Clothing Merchandising 


Vaughn 


Peregoy, Carol Ann 


Speech Pathology 


Biloxi 


Perkinson, Thomas 


Computer Science 


Laurel 



Peters, John Winton 
Peters, Margaret 
Peters, Richard 
Pfeiffer, Wanda Jean 
Phelps, Sheila Rose 



General Business Lucedale 

Finance Jackson 

Music Education Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 
Elementary Education Hattiesburg 

Special Education Clinton 



Phillips, Gaylen 


Theatre 


Jacksonville, Fla 


Pierce, Hudson Lavon 


Mathematics 


Seminary 


Pigott, Anna 


Commercial Art 


Picayune 


Pigott, T. Wendall 


Accounting 


Picayune 


Pilcher, David Leray 


Computer Science 
& Mathematics 


Slidell, La. 



Pittman, Jimmy Dale 
Pittman, Michael Lynn 
Pobjecky, Thomas Arthur 
Pope, Moran M. 
Posey, Thelma Suzanetta 



Personnel Management Ellisville 

Music Education Opp, Ala. 

Political Science Winterhaven, Fla. 

History Hattiesburg 

Special Education Collins 



Powell, William Gerald 


Physical Education 


Ellisville 


Prejean, Rebecca Ann 


Child Development 


Gulfport 


Prestridge, GrendaSue 


Elementary Education 


Hattiesburg 


Prestridge, Kit L. 


Accounting 


Liberty 


Price, Harold David 


Criminal Justice 


Tupelo 




332/Seniors 




Price, John Ellis 
Price, Judy C. 
Price, Nancy J. 
Price, William Douglas 
Quails, Phyllis Rose 



Quam, Carol Jean 
Rabe, Beate R. 

Rakestraw, Sharon 
Rasberry, Charlotte 
Rathbun, Pamela Carol 



Rawls, Sharon Ann 
Ray, Robert Harold 
Read, Judy Lynn 
Read, William David 
Rector, Cecil Lee 



Rector, Cynthia M. 
Reed, Richard Edward 
Reed, Ronald Edward 
Reed, Veda Ann 

Rees, Barbara Wallis 



Reese, Mary Louise 

Reeves, James Wayne 
Rhodes, Robert E. 
Richardson, Carolyn Jean 
Ricks, Troy Arlis 



Ring, Thomas Patrick 
Risher, Thomas D. 
Roberts, Ann Adair 
Robertson, Bernard T. 
Robinson, Glenn Hilton 



Robinson, Larry Paul 
Robinson, Miriam Grace 
Robinson, Rucks H. 
Robinson, Rufus William 

Rodney, Eric Harold 



Rodriguez, John Baptist 
Rogers, Reta Gay 
Rowell, Betty Sue 
Rowzee, Karen Sue 
Royals, Marilyn Dianne 



Accounting Vicksburg 

Elementary Education Mendenhall 

Psychology Jackson 

Personnel Management Crystal Springs 
Theatre Brookhaven 



Special Education Laurel 

French & English Kaiserslautern 

West Germany 
English Tupelo 

Elementary Education Meridian 

Mathematics Prentiss 



Business Education 
History 

Business Education 
Library Science 
General Business 



Wiggins 

Biloxi 

Bay-Springs 

Bay Springs 

Ocean Springs 



Elementary Education 
Commercial Art 
Industrial Management 
Home Economics 

Education 
Elementary Education New Orleans, La. 



Ocean Springs 

Natchez 

Louisville, Ky. 

Bogalusa, La. 



Home Economics 

Education 
Social Studies 
Social Science 
Elementary Education 
Athletic Administration 



Centreville 

Ashivell, N.C. 

Jackson 

McComb 

Pagmond 



Accounting Vicksburg 

Music Education Meridian 

Elementary Education Hattiesburg 

Geography & Sociology Portsmouth, Va. 
Criminal Justice Ocean Springs 



Industrial Arts Education 
Accounting 
Special Education 
Real Estate & 
Insurance 
Accounting 



Moselle 

Picayune 

Bay St. Louis 

Moss Point 

Gulfport 



Geology New Orleans, La. 

Business Education Gulfport 

History Tylertown 

Executive Secretarial Laurel 

Graphic Communication Laurel 



Seniors/333 



Russell, Herman M. 
Russell, Joe Mike 
Rutter, Rachel Rebecca 
Sanchez, Jorge A. 

Santa Cruz, Bonnie Claire 



Industrial Technology Little Rock, Ark. 



Political Science 
Personnel Management 
Foreign Trade 
& Finances 
Business Education 



Bailey 
Brookhaven 
El Salvador 

Biloxi 



Santeliz, Marjorie 


Architectural Technology 


Venezuela 


Saucier, Deborah Jean 


Elementary Education 


Columbia 


Saucier, Donald Keith 


Music 


Leland 


Saul, Viki Louise 


Accounting 


Mobile, Ala. 


Scarbrough, Manda Sue 


Elementary Education 


Meridian 



Schmidt, Florette Yvonne 


Clothing Merchandising 


Madison 


Schmidt, Michael 


Accounting 


Hattiesburg 


Schrader, Patricia Lea 


Theatre 


Jackson 


Scoggins, Cindy L. 


English 


Erath, La. 


Sellers, George A. Jr. 


Personnel Management 


Quitman 



Senn, Robert V. 
Seymour, Judith Ellen 
Shaifer, David W. 
Shanafelt, KathyAnn 
Shealy, Rodis Earl, 



Sheppard, Bonnie J. 
Sherman, John R. 
Silverman, Teri L. 
Simmons, Jerrell A. 
Simons, James Russell 



Computer Science 
Business Education 
Accounting 
Music Education 
Industrial Technology 



Mobile, Ala. 
Hattiesburg 

Natchez 
Anna Maria, Fla. 

Decatur 



Pre-Social Work Pascagoula 

Physical Education Gulfport 

Elementary Ed. Des Moines, Iowa 

Computer Science Gulfport 

Personnel Management Shelbyville, Ky. 



334/Seniors 





Simpson, John Edwin 


Health & Physical 
Education 


Ellisville 


Sims, Charles Spencer 


History 


Tylertown 


Sims, Juanita Lutisha 


Speech Pathology 


Canton 


Singletary, Lary T. 


Industrial Technology 


Clinton 


Slade, Janet Marilyn 


Elementary Education 


Sumarll 



Slaughter, George Gregory 
Slider, Mary Margaret 
Smith, Carol Jane 
Smith, Cynthie Carolyn 
Smith, Donald Paul 



Smith, Era Paula 
Smith, Frances M. 
Smith, Gregory David 
Smith, Imelda Frances 
Smith, Karen Louise 



Recreation Magnolia 

Music Education Wade 

Home Economics Education Quitman 
Home Economics Education Gulfport 
General Business Vicksburg 



Elementary Education 
Elementary Education 
Recreation 
Executive Secretarial 
Medical Records 
Administration 



Meridian 

Tylertown 

Tylertown 

Hattiesburg 

Pascagoula 



Smith, Kenneth Wayne 


Special Education 


Carthage 


Smith, MelbaGail 


Elementary Education 


Laurel 


Smith, Meridith Clifton 


Marketing 


Moss Point 


Smith, Noel Douglas 


Athletic Administration 


Wiggins 


Smith, Rodger W. 


Accounting 


Natchez 



Smith, Rodney K. 
Smith, William Earl 
Snowden, David Lyle 
Snowden, Larry D. 
Spring, Kathering Marie 



History Gulfport 

Physical Education Valparaiso, Fla. 

History Collinsville 

Physical Education Chunky 

Elementary Education Perkinston 



Spruell, Evelon Ann 


Special Education 


Magee 


Stanfield, Rhonda Lynn 


Elementary Education 


Jackson 


Stanovick, Francis David 


Finance 


Biloxi 


Stanovich, Jane Ellen 


Nursing 


Biloxi 


Stephens, Gail G. 


Physical Education 
& Health 


Hattiesburg 



Stephenson, Twila 


Speech Pathology 


Gloster 


Sterling, Shirley Faye 


Elementary Education 


Liberty 


Stevenson, Darrell R. 


Elementary Education 


Liberty 


Stewart, Arnold Renea 


Criminal Justice 


Dekalb 


Stewart, Stephen Mark 


Accounting 


Biloxi 



Stewart, Toney Nelson 
Stiffler, Allan E. 
Stone, I. Cheryl 
Stonestreet, Ashley Joseph 
Strahan, Linda F. 



Computer Science Foxworth 

Music Education Salem, Ohio 

Elementary Education Jackson 

Film Winston-Salem, N.C. 

Elementary Education Poplarville 



Seniors/335 



Stringer, DebraD. 
Stringer, Grady Dwight 
Stringer, William Terry 
Stromeyer, Carolyn Ann 
Sumling, Eric I. 



Tanner, Wanda Marcell 
Tapper, John R. 
Taylor, Dee 
Taylor, Jimmy Clark 
Taylor, Linda Rose 



Temple, Bobbie Rae 
Terrell, Charles Leon Jr. 
Terry, Beverly Maxine 
Thomas, George Terrell 
Thomas, Terri 



Elementary Education 
Marketing 
Business & English 
Journalism 
Radio-TV-Film 



Elementary Education 
Recreation 
Political Science 
Accounting 
Health & Physical 
Education 



Marketing 
Music Education 
Accounting 
ITE 

Clothing and 
Merchandising 



Columbia 

Columbia 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Waynesboro 



Moss Point 

Biloxi 

Florence 

Hattiesburg 

Grand Bay, Ala. 



Laurel 

Prentiss 

Lexington 

Columbia 

Jackson 



Thompson, CleoMarcellous Religion 



Thompson, George Gerald 
Thornton, Billy G. 

Thornton, Dan 
Thornton, Earl D. Jr. 



Thornton, Patsy Sykes 
Thornton, Patsy Sue 
Throckmorton, Janice R.S. 
Tiblier, Patricia Louise 
Tiller, Thomas Larry 



Tims, Woodrow, F. 
Tolar, Thomas Jerry 
Topp, Allyn Lee 
Townsend, Judy Darlene 
Townsend, Maurice C. 



Townsend, Shelby Michael 
Trent, Kenneth Swanson 
Trevillion, Debra Lynn 
Truesdale, Lynda Diane 
Turner, Ramonia Irene 



VanCourt, Richard Anthony Finance 



Religion 


Meridian 


Philosophy 




Marketing 


Fayette 


Personnel 


Raleigh 


Management 




Industrial Arts 


Raleigh 


Industrial Arts 


Raleigh 


Elementary Education 


Brookhaven 


Elementary Education 


Smithdale 


Sociology 


Jackson 


Elementary Education 


Biloxi 


General Business 


Jackson 



Social Studies 


Hattiesburg 




Personnel Management 


Columbia 




English & Journalism 


Gautier 


Jm*i % 


Elementary Education 


Union 




Business Education 


Union 


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Mathematics 


Moselle 


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History 


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Elementary Education 


Natchez 




Physical Education 


Carthage 




Mathematics 


Hattiesburg 


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Vaughan, Bobby Earl 
Veal, Marshall Dwight 

Vittetoe, Lewis Henry 
Vizzini, ConcettaT. 



History 
Real Estate & 
Insurance 
Finance 
Learning Disabilities 



Biloxi 

Centreville 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 
Long Beach 




336/Seniors 




Vizzini, Lucia Anne 
Voss, Elizabeth C. 
Wade, Linda Cheryl 
Waite, Linda Elizabeth 

Waitlifter, Ernest 



Walker, Steven Dale 
Wallace, Charles C. Jr. 
Walley, Constance Carol 
Wallye, James V. Jr. 
Walter, Donald E. 



Walters, Dickie Harrison 
Walters, Letty Partecia 
Walton, Janet E. 
Walton, Sandee Joyce 



Elementary Education 

History 

Home Economics 

Advertising & 

Radio-TV 
Criminal Justice 



Long Beach 
Natchez 

Hattiesburg 
Jackson 

Selma, Ala. 



Wambsgans, Angele Marie Speech Pathology 



Sociology Jackson 

Radio-TV-Film Baton Rouge, La. 

Elementary Education Richton 

Biology Buckatunna 

Science Education Biloxi 



Geography Laurel 

Special Education Ellisville 

Home Economics Education Union 

Elementary Education New Augusta 



Pass Christian 



Accounting Monticello 

Special Education Laurel 

Athletic Administration Benton 

Home Economics Education Carthage 
Finance Pearl 



Speech Pathology 


Jackson 


Accounting 


Hattiesburg 


English 


Laurel 


Special Education 


Laurel 


History 


Picayune 



Ward, Mitchael Larry 
Wash, Addie Jarline 
Waters, George Keith 
Watkins, D.Cindy Sue 
Watson, Ed George 



Watts, Deborah Adele 
Weber, Raymon Joseph 
Wedgeworth, Phillip Wayne 
Welborn, Linda Sherrell 
Welch, Gregory Steve 



Welch, Patty A. 
Wheat, Lynda Jane 
White, DanaMeers 
White, John P. Jr. 
White, Patricia 



White, Patricia Broome Special Education 

Whitfield, Saundra Lavernne Elementary Education 
Whitlock, William Walter Mathematics 

Whittington, Darryail W. Biology 

Wilkerson, Ernest Roy Industrial Technology 



Special Education 


Biloxi 


Sociology 


Purvis 


English 


Lumberton 


Communication 


Jackson 


Elementary Education 


Jackson 



Jackson 

Waynesboro 

Meridian 

Moss Point 

Union 



Williams, Betty G. 
Williams, Bonnie Sharon 
Williams, Charley E. 

Williams, Margaret Ann 



Special Education 
Elementary Education 
Health and Physical 

Education 
Institutional Management- 
Dietetics 



Williams, Phyllis Reynolds English 



Lucedale 

Bogue Chitto 

State Line 

Tupelo 

Chatom, Ala. 



Seniors/337 



Williams, Ronald R. 
Williamson, Larry Ray 
Willis, Patricia Louise 
Willis, Virginia Louise 
Wilson, Cloy Wayne 



Music Education Gulfport 

Marketing Meridian 

Elementary Education Tylertown 

Elementary Education Gulfport 

Corrective Therapy Dekalb 



Wilson, Roy Martin 


Polymer Science 


Lyman 


Windhan, Sandra Diane 


Elementary Education 


Bay Springs 


Wise, Peggy 


Mathematics 


Picayune 


Wood, James Nixon 


Accounting 


Laurel 


Woodell, Christine Laurelen 


History 


Biloxi 



Worley, Ada Lynette 


Mathematics 


Brandon 


Wright, Edward Gary 


History 


Hattlesburg 


Yarbrough, Ruby D. 


Elementary Education 


Meridian 


Yawn, Brenda Yawn 


Medical Technology 


Collins 


Yeager, Milton P. 


Chemistry & Microbiology 


Mobile, Ala. 



Yeatman, Daniel T. 
Young, MelvaDianne 
Young, O.Jacque 
Young, Robert Earl 
Zodun, Donald Mickey 



Accounting 
Journalism 
Social Work 
Marine Biology 
Biology 



Laurel 

Gulfport 

Quitman 

Long Beach 

Cantonment, Fla. 



338/Seniors 





Undergraduates 



Abbott, Sandra Grace 
Adams, Debbie Lynn 
Adams, James Edward 
Adams, Joanne Margaret 
Adams, Joe Bill 



Adams, John Allen 
Adams, Lynn Carol 
Adams, Susan Levon 
Adcock, Linda Faye 
Ainsworth, Elizabeth Kay 



Melbourne, Fla. 

Ocean Springs 

Eclectic, Ala. 

Lakeland, Fla. 

Pensacola, Fla. 



Pensacola, Fla. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Natchez 

Mize 

Florence 



Albers, Lee Lesley 
Aldrich, Vivian Carol 
Alexander, Elizabeth Ann 
Alford, Lilla Joan 
Allen, Emmit Reggie 



Allen, Jane Elizabeth 
Allen, Janis LeClair 
Allen, Lina Frances 
Allen, Martha Ann 
Allen, Rie 



Allison, Myra Belle 
Alpaugh, Edward J. 
Amborn, Robert Henry 
Anderson, Barbara Jo 
Anderson, Clare Jean 



Anderson, DebraAnn 
Anderson, Mark Edward 
Anderson, Peggie 
Anderson, Velma Ju-Tune 
Andrews, Ethel Marie 



Hattiesburg 

Plain 

Tylertown 

Morton 

Brookhaven 



Magnolia 

Greenville 

Carson 

Columbia 

Jackson 



Pascagoula 

Linwood, Penn. 

Vicksburg 

Ellisville 

Monticello 



Hattiesburg 

Fort Smith, Ark. 

Gulfport 

Jackson 

Wiggins 



Undergraduates/339- 



Anthony, McGregor Gillett 
Archer, Carness H. 
Ardoline, Marianne 
Argenbright, Melissa Anne 
Armstrong, Lorena Jane 



Arnold, Annette Asmar 
Arnold, William Ross, Jr. 
Arnst, Diane Leslie 
Arseneau, Patricia Carol 
Arthur, Stephen Wayne 



Ashley, Charles Larry 
Asmar, Jeannette 
Assaf, Deborah Jane 
Atwell, Sheila Janette 
Austin, Deby G. 



Antoon, Marie L. 
Bagley, Warren Dell 
Bahr, Laura Ellen 
Bair, Ronald E. 
Baker, Dala E. 



Baker, David W. 
Baker, Linda Veronica 
Bakley, Julia Barbara 
Balk, Mary Catherine 
Ball, Max D., Jr. 



Ball, Nancy A. 
Ballard, Wallace Eugene 
Bankston, Larry 
Banta, David Maddox 
Banyas, Nancy Marlon 



Barker, Thomas Ray 
Barnett, Brian Jennings 
Barnett, Stephen Alan 
Barnette, Aubrey Charles 
Barnette, Ollie Elizabeth 



Barnes, Barbara J. 
Barnes, Christal Janet 
Barnes, David Hubert 
Barnes, Kathryn 
Barnes, Marian 



Brookhaven 

Brooklyn 

Biloxi 

Hattiesburg 

Wynne, Ark. 



Laurel 

Laurel 

Park Ridge, III. 

Natchez 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



Jackson 

Laurel 

Jackson 

Vancleave 

Indianola 



Jackson 

Bassfield 

Gulfport 

Gulfport 

Moss Point 



Hattiesburg 

Picayune 

Clayton, N.J. 

Jackson 

Sumrall 



Decatur, Ga. 

Norfolk, Va. 

Laurel 

Mobile, Ala. 

Lakeland, Fla. 



Gloster 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Lakeland, Fla. 

Raymond 

Raymond 



Columbia 

Ellisville 

Biloxi 

Mt. Olive 

Laurel 



340/Undergraduates 




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Barnes, Wilfred James 
Barnett, Cheryl Cassandra 
Barr, Nevil Ernest 
Barron, Ethelyn M. 
Bartlett, Samuel Terry 



Barry, Georgia Lynn 
Bassett, Stan Dowell 
Bateman, Karen E. 
Bates, Sandra I. 
Batey, Cheryl Annette 



Batson, Charles Shelby 
Beard, Betty Ann 
Beard, Charman Gale 
Beard, William Leslie 
Beasley, Larry Kenneth 



Beason, Deborah Jan 
Beaugez, Nieda Lynn 
Beaugez, Ralph M. 
Beavers, Bobby James 
Bedford, Norma Jean 



Bedgood, Donald Wayne 
Beggs, E. Dixie 
Bell, Helen Johnine 
Bennett, Betty Jean 
Bigmama, Ima 



Bennett, Donnie Lee 
Bennett, Keenan Stroud 
Bennett, Nancy Elaine 
Bennett, Thomas E. 
Benson, Leslie Earl, Jr. 



Bentz, Louise Katherine 
Berry, Charles Rickey 
Berry, Cynthia Jeannette 
Berry, Paul G. 
Berry, Tony Howard 



Bertucci, Elizabeth Ann 
Bethea, Lamar McCoy 
Bethley, Dorothy Nell 
Biggers, William M. 
Bigham, Charles Davey 



Pass Christian 

Gulfport 

Purvis 

Pascagoula 

Mobile, Ala. 



Quitman 

Louin 

Gloster 

La Lima, Honduras 

Long Beach 



Petal 

Laurel 

Tylertown 

Jackson 

Jackson 



Vicksburg 

Biloxi 

Ocean Springs 

Gulfport 

Meadville 



Jackson 

Pensacola, Fla 

Centerville 

West Point 

Hot Coffee 



Morton 

Riverdale, Ga. 

Jackson 

Rome, New York 

Monticello 



Pass Christian 

Gulfport 

Lumberton 

Columbia 

Pleasant Grove, Ala. 



Gulfport 

Lancaster, S.C. 
Hattiesburg 
Greenwood 
Marrero, La. 



Undergraduates/341 



Bird, Eugene L. 
Blackledge, Leslie M. 
Blackwell, Clark Durwin 
Blackwell, Cleopatra J. 
Blackwell, Robert Steven 



Blaize, Cheryl Ann 
Blaize, Michael Stephen 
Blanks, Ginger 
Bledsoe, Dennis Ray 
Blizzard, Charles Daniel 



Bobo, Janis Ruth 
Boleware, Monica Louise 
Bolton, Vickie E. 
Bondurant, Herminie D. 
Bondurant, Marcelle K. 



Boney, Glen Michael 
Bonner, Alton Eugene, Jr. 
Bonillo, Orlando Jose 
Boone, Donna G. 
Booth David Byron 



Boudreau, Stephenie Lou 
Bounds, Diane Christine 
Bounds, Nancy Faye 
Bourne, James Theodore 
Bourne, Tommy Randy 



Bowden, Bob L. 
Bowers, Lynza Karen 
Bowie, Roger Earl 
Bowman, Victoria Constance 
Boyd, Nina Jocile 



Boykin, Viola Mae 
Boyle, Janet Ann 
Boyles, Carolyn Marie 
Boyles, Susan 
Bozeman, Gregory Bruce 



Bracey, Daphne Laureen 
Braden, Debi Marie 
Bradford, Standish James, Jr. 
Bradley, Mark Lee 
Brady, Virginia E. 



Waycross, Ga. 

Natchez 

Tylertown 

Alexandria 

Meridian 



Bay St. Louis 

Bay St. Louis 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Cordele, Ga. 



Vicksburg 

Carson 

Richton 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



Biloxi 

Reform, Ala. 

Santonie, Venezuela 

Brookhaven 

Biloxi 



McNeil 

Gulfport 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Foxworth 



New Orleans, La. 

Gulfport 

Picayune 

McComb 

Tylertown 



Jackson 

Pascagoula 

Poplarville 

Monticello 

Wewahitchka, Fla. 



Foxworth 

Biloxi 

Ocean Springs 

Pascagoula 

Newton 



342/Undergraduates 





Branett, Terry L. 
Brasfield, Angie 
Braisher, Bettye Lenora 
Braswell, William Harold, 
Braud, Alvin John 



Breeland, George Alan 
Brehm, Ann Karen 
Breland, Alda Dowice 
Breland, Beverly Joyce 
Brewer, Sharon Dorotheia 



Laurel 
Hattiesburg 

Ocean Springs 
Hattiesburg 

Prairieville, La. 



Columbia 

Biloxi 

Wiggins 

Brooklyn 

Columbia 



Brewer, Shirley Ann 
Brewton, Carolyn Elizabeth 
Brice, Buddy 
Bridges, Joycelyn Yvette 
Brill, Charles R., Jr. 



Brinson, Bettyle Virginia 
Brinson, Gail 
Broadfoot, Deborah M. 
Brock, KathyAnn 
Brooks, Carol Elaine 



Brooks, Donald Parker 
Broome, Teresa Inez 
Brown, Alfred Glenn, Jr. 
Brown, Beverly Marie 
Brown, Cedric Roberto 



Brown, Diane 
Brown, Joanne Marie 
Brown, Kevan Ree 
Brown, Mary Kate 
Brown, Rita Susan 



Brown, William Jack 
Broussard, Lynda Susan 
Brumfield, Linita Faye 
Brumfield, Vickie Joy 
Brumley, Johnny Roe 



Bruzelle, Isodora Joy 
Bryan, Jerry Andy 
Bryant, Joseph Stockley 
Buck, Elizabeth Ann 
Buckles, Jason R. 



Boca Grande, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 

Pascagoula 

McComb 



Prentiss 

Jackson 

Collins 

Gulfport 

Ocean Springs 



Wallace, N.C. 
Vicksburg 

Lakeland, Fla. 
Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburg 



Clinton 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Lucedale 

Hattiesburg 



Petal 

Biloxi 

Tylertown 

BogueChitto 

Crystal Springs 



San Lorenzo 

Hattiesburg 

Norfolk, Va. 

Biloxi 

Jackson 



Undergraduates/343 



Buckner, Susan Carol 
Buice, Bonnie Jane 
Burger, Denise 
Burgess, Debbie 
Burkle, Mary Cathryn 



Burks, Gregory 
Burnaman, Robert Kent, Jr. 
Burnet, Mary 
Burnett, Patricia Carol 
Burns, Barry D. 



Burns, Dianne 
Burns, Peter T., Jr. 
Burns, Vaughn F. 
Burrage, J. Michelle 
Burris, Marsha Lynn 



Burton, Belinda Joyce 
Burton, Donald Keith 
Burton, Ernie 
Busby, Michael Allen 
Bush, Barbara B. 



Bush, Beth 

Bush, John Wesley, Jr. 
Bush, Keith Carter 
Buzzela, Anthony J., Ill 
Byars, Donald R. 



Byrd, Foxx Allen 
Byrd, Virginia W. 
Byrne, Bradley Ellis 
Byrne, Mary Susan 
Cain, Barbara Lynn 



Cain, Linda Carol 
Caldwell, Kenneth W. 
Caldwell, Margaret Arlene 
Calvery, Charles Lloyd 
Cameron, Barbara Ann 



Campbell, BillieJ. 
Campbell, Bunny 
Campbell, Mary Jo 
Campbell, Rosalyn Evett 
Campbell, Susan Lea 



Starkville 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 

Ocean Springs 

Hattiesburg 

Ocean Springs 



Picayune 

Gulfport 

Jackson 

Buckatunna 

Jackson 



Lena 

Natchez 

Levittown, Pa. 

Meridian 

Fernwood 



Moorhead 

Biloxi 

Owingsvill, Ky. 

Moss Point 

Jackson 



Laurel 

Hurley 

Neshaminy Valley, Pa. 

Miami Lafes, Fla. 

Paris, Tenn. 



Columbia 

Laurel 

Brewton, Ala. 

Wake Forest, N.C. 

Utica 



Canton 

Jackson 

Gulfport 

Forest 

McComb 



Jackson 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Oxford 

Meadville 



344/Undergraduates 





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Campbell, Thomas Burks, Jr. 
Cantrell, Patrick Allan 
Cappiali, Melody Ann 
Capps, Ronald L. 
Cardwell, Faye Yvonne 



Carlisle, Homer Robert, Jr. 
Carlisle, ValarieAdele 
Carlson, Nora Jean 
Carlton, Robert M. 
Carr, BrendaGail 



Garraway, Susan Victoria 
Carroll, Henry P. 
Carter, Cathy Olivia 
Carter, Hugh Lee 
Carter, Robert Frank 



Caruthers, Michael Bruce 
Case, Jeffrey Hean 
Cassell, Wanda Kay 
Castow, Robert Wayne 
Caswell, Jeannie E. 



Caudill, Barry Dwayne 
Causey, Rebecca Jane 
Cerce, Robert Michael 
Chain, Linda Gale 
Chandler, Candy I. 



Chaney, Charles Wayne 
Chang, Rosa Maria 
Chapman, Bettie Jean 
Chapman, George Pat 
Chaster, Jackie Lynn 



Mobile 

Biloxi 

Moss Point 

Lakeland, Fla. 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 



Long Beach 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 

Hattiesburg 

Waveland 



Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 

McLaurin 

Jackson 

Ocean Springs 



Vicksburg 

Pass Christian 

Taylorsville 

Gloster 

Jackson 



Brandon 

Hattiesburg 

Providence, R.I. 

Laurel 

Pinson, Ala. 



Jackson 

San Salvador 

Waynesboro 

Biloxi 

Columbus 



Undergraduates/345 



Cheatham, Ronald 
Chewning, Ruth Ellen 
Christy, Michael David 
Christy, Susan Diane 
Chun, Margret H.S. 



Clark, Dafaphine 
Clark, Patricia Ellen 
Clark, Randy Albert 
Clark, Sarah A. 
Clark, Ted Noian Edward 



Clark, TenaR. 
Clark, Virginia Ellen 
Clower, John Arthur 
Clyburn, Donald Lee 
Cochran, Hubert 



Cockfield, Dottie Thomas 
Cockfield, Larry James 
Colegial, Juan J. 
Coleman, Jacquelyn 
Coleman, Patricia Anne 



Coleman, Terry 
Coley, Patricia Ann 
Collins, Rankin 
Collins, Rita 
Collum, CarlaR. 



Commiskey, Margaret Cecilia 
Compretta, Tony, Jr. 
Conerly, Nella P. 
Conger, Terry L. 
Cook, Brenda Cheryl 



Cook, Don R. 
Cook, Dorothy Marie 
Cook, Fred Harrison 
Cooley, Alvin R. 
Cooley, Diane A. 



Cooley, Gloria Marie 
Cothern, Tommy L. 
Couch, Thomas Rollen 
Courtney, Anthony M. 
Covert, William David 



Birmingham, Ala. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Biloxi 

Biloxi 

Hong Kong 



DeKalb 

Taylorsville 

Gulfport 

Petal 

Ocean Springs 



Waynesboro 

Philadelphia 

Crystal Springs 

Georgetown 

Clara 



Lake City, S.C. 

Scranton 

Golfito, Costa Rica 

Waynesboro 

Pascagoula 



McComb 

Pascagoula 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Tomnolen 



Carthage 

Bay St. Louis 

DeKalb 

Jackson 

Bay St. Louis 



Meridian 

Meridian 

Pascagoula 

Picayune 

Laurel 



Hattiesburg 

J ay ess 

Moss Point 

Monticello 

Meridian 



346/Undergraduates 




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Cowart, Richard Glenn 
Cox, Deborah Fern 
Cox, James K., Jr. 
Cox, Riley Edward, Jr. 
Cox, Steven Edward 



Craft, Barbara Diane 
Craft, Van E. 

Cranford, Kenneth Lowell 
Crapps, Carol Ann 
Crapps, Susan Diane 



Craven, M. Frances 
Crawford, Eileece 
Creech, Jeffery L. 
Crisler, Hollis Rawls 
Crocker, Shelley Celeste 



Cromwell, Elizabeth Bryan 
Crosby, Ada Elaine 
Crosby, Alonzo, Jr. 
Crosby, Tyrone 
Cross, Thomas E. 



Cross, Walter Richard 
Cross, Warren Major 
Crossley, Thomas L, Jr. 
Crowder, Carol Sue 
Crowell, Gloria Christena 



Crumbley, Olivia Jane 
Crumbley, Beverly Orlandra 
Csaszar, Barbara Ann 
Gulp, Jean Aylene 
Cumberland, Jerome D. 



Cumbest, EvisMark 
Cummlngs, Walter Richard 
Cunningham, Reba Jo 
Cupp, Vlcki Lyn 
Curtis, Blannle Martha 



Curtis, Cindy Dene 
Dacus, Harold Edward, Jr. 
D'Angelo, Karen E. . 
Dana, Richard H. 
Daniel, Richard Hartman 



Hattiesburg 

Pass Christian 

Brookhaven 

Hattiesburg 

Vicksburg 



Cleveland 

Hattiesburg 

Vidalia, La. 

Morton 

Morton 



Frisco City, Ala. 

Foxworth 

Oak Ridge 

Jackson 

Mt. Pleasant, S.C. 



Pass Christian 

Moss Point 

Laurel 

Laurel 

Petal 



Petal 

Monticello 

McComb 

Gulfport 

Hattiesburg 



Theodore, Ala. 

Laurel 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 

Greenville 



Three Rivers 

Greenville 

Moss Point 

New Orleans, La. 

Meridian 



Jackson 

Canton 

Gulfport 

Biloxi 

Metairie, La. 



Undergraduates/347 



Daniell, Steve Roland 
Daniels, Lynn Childres 
Daniels, Tommy Lee 
Dantin, Stephen Paul 
DaQuilla, Danny Lee 



Darling, Johnny T. 
Darris, Deborah A. 
Dattmer, Bettie Ellen 
Daughdrill, Nelda Jean 
Davenport, Buddy 



Davidson, Deborah 
Davis, Bettie Ruth 
Davis, Betty Lynn 
Davis, Demetria Belinda 
Davis, Guy Edward 



Davis, Helen Delores 
Davis, Jerry Wayne 
Davis, Jessie James, Jr. 
Davis, Patricia E. 
Davis, Randall M. 



Dean, Jeff Lavan 
DeAngleo, Carl Rudolph 
Dearden, Constance 
Deas, Terry Dean 
Deavours, Mary Diane 



DeCoux, Martha Elizabeth 
DeDeauz, James Terrell, Jr. 
Deen, Jeannie Marie 
Deen, Margaret Carol 
De LaFuente, Delta Beatriz 



DelNoss, David Harper 
DeMond, John David 
Denman, Nancy 
Dennery, Michael Kevin 
Dennis, Alice Irene 



DeOrnellas, David L. 
DeRamus, Nicola Ruth 
De Roux, Jose Juanhoe 
Desporte, Cynthia T. 
Dick, Judy Rebecca 



Carrollton, Ga. 

Gulfport 

Poplarville 

Augusta, Ga. 

McComb 



Stanford, Conn. 

Collins 

Hattiesburg 

Poplarville 

Hattiesburg 



Moss Point 

Pachuta 

Refugio, Texas 

Jackson 

Crosby 



Yazoo City 

Biloxi 

Laurel 

McHenry 

Saraland.Ala. 



Georiana, Ala. 

Pascagoula 

Virginia Beach, Va. 

Hattiesburg 

Laurel 



McComb 

Pass Christian 

Corinth 

Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 



Clinton 

Hattiesburg 

Brook haven 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Jackson 



Foxworth 

Lakeland, Fla. 

Panama 

Biloxi 

Columbia 




348/Undergraduates 




Dickerson, Grace Katherine 
Dickerson, Gregory 
Dickey, Curtis 
Dickson, Nancy Virginia 
Dietrich, Margaret Mary 



Dilley, KathyAnn 
Dixson, Carole Lynn 
Dixson, Victoria Jane 
Doering, Mary Lauren 
Donald, Ricky Darrell 



Donaldson, Brenda Joyce 
Donaldson, Robert Elmer 
Donohue, Mary Bernaderte 
Douglass, Catherine Mary 
Dowling, Craig George 



Dowllng, Keith John 
Downs, Lenora 
Dragg, Johnny A. 
Drown, Steven Patrick 
Dufour, Curtis J. ,111 



Dugas, Kathleen 
Dulaney, J.Kay 
Dunaway, Gwendolyn Ann 
Dunn, Stephen L. 
Dunn, Virginia Lynn 



Duthie, Jon Charles 
Dyar, Janis Elaine 
Eastman, John Wallace 
Eddings, Deborah Sue 
Edmondson, Lisa Dlanne 



Edwards, George F. 
Elam, Richard A. 
Elam, Susan Anise 
Elliott, Mary Katherine 
Elliott, Patricia Diane 



Ellis, Robert Wayne 
Ellis, Ronald E. 
Elmore, D.J. 
Emmons, Johnny B. 
Eng, Herman 



McComb 
Picayune 

Paris, Tenn. 

Long Beach 
Picayune 



Long Beach 

Biloxi 

McComb 

Foley, Ala. 

Jackson 



Laurel 

Tarrant, Ala. 

Long Beach 

Pineville, La. 

Parlin, N.J. 



Parlin.N.J. 

Tylertown 

Covington 

Gulfport 

Meridian 



Hattiesburg 

McComb 

McComb 

Hampton, Va. 

Rolling Fork 



Toms River, N.J. 

Mendenhall 

Grove Hill, Ala. 

Terry 

Jackson 



Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 

Laurel 

Quitman 



Brandon 

Biloxi 

Panama City, Fla. 

Lake 

Puerto Cortes, Honduras 



Undergraduates/349 



England, Belinda 
Ernest, June Laverne 
Ernst, Michael Stephen 
Ethridge, Rose Mary 
Etzel, Evelyn Eloise 



Evans, Gary Eudell 
Evans, Kara Jean 
Evans, Pamela Anne 
Evans, Phyllis Jo 
Evans, Sammy Ray 



Everett, Charlie Joseph 
Everett, Freda J. 
Everett, MelindaC. 
Ewing, Nancy Carolyn 
Extine, Joy Dianne 



Ezell, Carolyn Sue 
Ezelle, Jack B. 
Fairchild, Lance 
Fairley, Anthony Runnell 
Fairley, Emily Demorece 



Fairley, Shirley Ann 
Fairley, Teresa Diane 
Falconi, Gustavo E. 
Fallin, Edwin Doyle 
Farmer, William Roy 



Farnet, Hugh Joseph 
Farr, Paula Denise 
Farragut, Cheryl Ann 
Faust, Julie Anne 
Fedell, Barbara Jo 



Fenton, Jerry Lee 
Ferrell, Joan 
Ferrington, Darryl Kirk 
Fikes, Stephanie C. 
Fitz-Maurice, Brian W. 



Flint, Moira Ellen 
Flowers, Ernest Wesley 
Flowers, Ruth 
Flynt, Susan L. 
Folks, JanieLynn 



Hattiesburg 

Lucedale 

Biloxi 

Vicksburg 

Matairie 



Jackson 

Montrose 

Louin 

Petal 

Laurel 



Magee 

Morton 

Natchez 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Morton 

Hattiesburg 

Lucedale 



Pascagoula 

Collins 

Ecuador 

Lakeland, Fla. 

Biloxi 



New Orleans, La. 

Jackson 

Moss Point 

Columbia 

Vicksburg 



Laurel 

Vicksburg 

Ruston, La. 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 

Yardley, Pa. 



Summerdale, Ala. 

Jackson 

Collins 

Rose Hill 

Bay Springs 



350/Undergraduates 





Forchetti, DaleM. 
Ford, Ellen Moffett 
Fornea, Jennifer L. 
Forte, Randolph 
Fortenberry, Catherine D. 



Fortenberry, Judy Diane 
Fortenberry, Laurie 
Fortenberry, Mickie Edna 
Fortenberry, Sherry Ann 
Fortinberry, Richard Keith 



Foster, Regina M. 
Fountain, Kim Michelle 
Fountain, Valri A. 
Francisco, Cindy Lane 
Franklin, Johnny Buck 



Franklin, Patricia Diane 
Freeman, Beverley Lynn 
Freeman, J. Rhonda 
Fremin, Jerry Patrick 
Frierson, Ronnie Lyman 



Fuller, Cheryl Kaye 
Fuller, Rose Marie 
Fulmer, Randy 
Funchess, MaryDelois 
Fussell, Robert Clifton 



Gable, Patricia Eve 
Gallagher, Evan Tucker 
Gallaspy, Eunice Ann 
Galloway, Charles A., Ill 
Gallstone, Hardy 



Levittown, Penn. 

Hattiesburg 

Angie, La. 

Pass Christian 

Collins 



Magnolia 
Picayune 
Tylertown 
Canton 
Tylertown 



Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 

Ocean Springs 

Ocean Springs 

Tunica 

Mendenhall 



East Point, Ga. 

Hattiesburg 

Clinton 

Ocean Springs 

Picayune 



Crystal Springs 

McComb 

Eclectic, Ala. 

Carson 

Wray, Ga. 



Hattiesburg 
Jackson 

Pascagoula 

Jackson 

Bladder, Ohio 



Undergraduates/351 



Galvin, Kathryn Sue 
Gamble, Linda Diane 
Gandy, Layne Taylor 
Gandy, MichaelJames 
Ganse, Joseph Richard 



Gant, Randall Eugene 
Gardner, Joel I., Sr. 
Garner, Pamela Sue 
Garett, Paul Dowing 
Gasper, Jean Marie 



Gehrig, Susan Darlene 
Gemmel, Richard J. 
Gerore, Caroline Susan 
George, Doris Christine 
Georgian, Ann Timothy 



Gibbs, Robert Mitchell 
Gibson, Barry Dwight 
Gibson, Lynda Joyce 
Gilbert, Joseph William 
Gilmore, James Dale 



Gilmore, Jerry Bruce 
Gilmore, Mary Francie 
Gittleman, Miriam P. 
Gjertsen, Jeanne Gail 
Glatt, Jane Louise 



Glatzua, Susan Elizabeth 
Glatzer, Marc Benjamin 
Glover, Nancy L. Sherman 
Godbold, Mary Kathryn 
Godbold, Rebekah 



Godwin, Marjorie P. 
Gonzalei, George Daniel 
Gooch, James Mark 
Gordon, Marian Dwaln 
Gore, Margaret Anne 



Gore, Vivian Darlene 
Grady, Jane Claire 
Graham, Debbie Susan 
Graham, James M. 
Graham, Kathryn 



Metairie, La. 

Vicksburg 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Lancaster, Pa. 



Meridian 

Mobile, Ala. 

Jackson 

Collins 

Picayune 



Mendenhall 

Catasauqua, Pa. 

Meridian 

Gulf port 

Hattiesburg 



Vicksburg 

Moss Point 

Moss Point 

Gulfport 

Jackson 



Florence 

Waynesboro 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Picayune 

Vicksburg 



Lakeland, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Laurel 

Brookhaven 

McComb 



Slidell 

Lucedale 

Columbus 

Jackson 

Meridian 



Laurel 

New Orleans, La. 

Mobile, Ala 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 




352/Undergraduates 




Graham, Robert Atwood 
Granberry, Linda Diane 
Granberry, Rita Jan 
Grant, Gregory Charles 
Graves, Deborah Ann 



Graves, Gary Dewayne 
Graves, Mary L. 
Gray, Pene Carol 
Green, DianneCecile 
Green, Mary Alice 



Green, Michael Joseph 
Greene, Richard Alan 
Greene, Steve K. 
Greer, Frances Claudia 
Gregory, James Phillip 



Greig, Barbara A. 
Grice, Adrian Alexander 
Griffin, Glenn L 
Griffin, Pamela Gayle 
Griffon, Catherine Ann 



Griffon, Marie Therese 
Griggs, Zelia Mary 
Gross, Deborah Virginia 
Guiney, Marie Alaine 
Gusmus, Louis Michael 



Haag, Chris F. P. 
Haddock, Margie Marie 
Haines, Carolyn Elizabeth 
Hale, Patricia Neal 
Hales, Augustine 



Halford, Mamie Ruth 
Hall, Herman Emanuel 
Hall, Thomas Edward 
Hall, Kay Lynette 
Halle, Sandra Kay 



Halliday, Mary Katherine 
Hallin, Deborah Sue 
Hamilton, Janice Lynn 
Hamilton, Larry Earl 
Hamilton, Margaret Ann 



Pascagoula 

Collins 

Wesson 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 



Rome, Ga. 

Laurel 

Carson 

McLain 

Moss Point 



Bay St. Louis 

Prentiss 

Fairborn, Ohio 

Yazoo City 

Laurel 



Laurel 

Clarksdale 

Marrero, La. 

Barstow, Calif. 

Pass Christian 



Pass Christian 

Picayune 

Jackson 

Vicksburg 

Tuscumbia, Ala. 



Danielsville, Ga. 

Vicksburg 

Lucedale 

Wiggins 

Heidelberg 



Meadville 

Wiggins 

Wiggins 

Lakeland, Fla. 

Magee 



Jackson 

McComb 

Montvale, N.J. 

Hurley 

Marrero, La. 



Undergraduates/353 



Hammond, Dave Dewayne 
Hand, Jeannie 
Hands, Eddie Roosevelt 
Hannaford, Janet Irene 
Hansel, Beate Eleanore 



Hansen, Ralph Wayne 
Hanson, Debbie A. 
Hardman, Roger Phillip 
Harkins, Sarah Alice 
Harrington, Pamela L. 



Kingston, Ohio 

Florence 

Monroeville, Ala. 

Moss Point 

Jackson 



Witsbaden, Germany 
Escatawpa 
Dallas, Ga. 

Sumrall 
Thomasville 



Harris, Anthony Jerome 
Harris, Ernest Ray 
Harris, Robert Jerrell 
Harrison, Larry Mack 
Harrison, Mary Rebecca 



Harrison, Richard D. 
Harvey, Patricia Lynn 
Harvey, William Floyd 
Hatcher, Rebecca Katherine 
Hathaway, Roberta Ellen 



Hathorn, Randy Scott 
Hatten, Lawrence F. 
Havard, Vickie 
Hawkins, John David 
Hawkins, MelvlnL. 



Hayes, SennieRuth 
Hays, Robert Malone 
Hegwood, Janet Claire 
Helms, A. Ruth 
Helms, James Edward 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Union 

Long Beach 



Greenville 

Moss Point 

Jackson 

Brookhaven 

Biloxi 



Bassfield 

Brooklyn 

Ocean Springs 

Bradenton, Fla. 

Woodville 



Raleigh 

Mobile, Ala. 

Worthington, Ohio 

Hattiesburg 

Stone Mountain, Ga. 




354/Undergraduates 




Henderson, Thomas Lewis 
Henderson, Vallie Lorraine 
Henry, William 0. 
Henry, Shirley Ruth 
Herbst, Walter Chester 



Hernandez, Jan 

Hernbloom, Kenneth Edgar, Jr. 

Hernbloom, NitaGay 

Heran, Nancy 

Herring, Frankie Eugene 



Hettinger, Joseph Alan 
Herrington, Bobbie Rebecca 
Hewitt, Patricia Ann 
Hickey, Kathy Jane 
Hickman, Ann Janice 



Hickman, Billy 
Hill, Donna S. 
Hill, John R. Ill 
Hill, Teresa Renee 
Hinton, Joseph Alan 



Hinton, Rebecca Sue 
Hodges, Nancy Lynn 
Hogan, Mary Beth 
Hoggle, GustavesM. 
Holcomb, George Douglas 



Holder, Donald Wayne 
Holland, Edward Glynn 
Holleman, Beverly Diane 
Holley, J. Michael 
Hollingsworth, Betty Joyce 



Hollomon, Sharon Kay 
Holmes, Donna Elizabeth 
Holmes, James Forrest 
Holston, Vertilla 
Holt, Mary Susan 



Hooker, Medaiine 
Hooker, Terri Lea 
Horn, Deborah R. 
Horsley, Joanne 
Hoskins, Elaine 



Hampton, Va. 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 

Vicksburg 

Clinton 



Pensacola, Fla. 

Pearl 

Jackson 

Forest 

Brookhaven 



Biloxi 
Petal 

Summit 
Biloxi 

Jackson 



Wiggins 

Fyffe, Ala. 

Meridian 

Hazlehurst 

Hattiesburg 



Pensacola, Fla. 

Biloxi 

Clarksdale 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 



McLaurin 

Ellisville 

Gulfport 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Newton 



Ellisville 

Terry 

Clinton 

Hattiesburg 

McGehee 



Prentiss 

Prentiss 

Bay Springs 

Collins 

Tuscumbia, Ala. 



Undergraduates/355 



Houston, Doyle Lamar 
Howard, Robert Barry 
Howard, Susan Marie 
Howell, Lamar 
Howell, Otis Leigh 



Howell, Wilma Lee 
Howington, Deborah Lynn 
Howland, Patricia Marie 
Hubler, Donald W. 
Huettel, James Steve 



Huey, Terry Ross 
Hughes, Gloria Ann 
Hughes, James Patrick 
Hughes, Janet Dell 
Humphries, Vicki Lynn 



Humphreys, John Peyton 
Hungerford, Elizabeth Ann 
Hunter, Harold L. 
Hunter, Janet Sue 
Hunter, Linda Jo 



Hunter, Nancy Lou 
Hurt, Jerry Garfield 
Hust, Mark 
Huston, Becky J. 
Hutto, Warren Thomas 



Inman, Linda Karen 
Irvin, Marc L. 
Jabour, Karlene E. 
Jackson, David D., Ill 
Jackson, Geary Edward 



Jackson, James Thomas, Jr. 
Jackson, Janice Kay 
Jackson, Sherron 
Jacobs, L. Ken 
Jacobs, Raymond Neil 



James, Arthurene 
Janes, Janet Lynn 
Jaeger, Patricia Faith 
James, Nancy A. 
Jefferson, Sylvia Marcella 



Jackson 
Jackson 
Jackson 
Ocilla, Ga. 
McComb 



McComb 

Jackson 

East Lansing, Mich. 

Chalfont, Pa. 

Knoxville, Tenn. 



Mobile, Ala. 

Benton 

Hattiesburg 

Pelahatchie 

Natchitoches, La. 



Collierville.Tenn. 

Biloxi 

Kansas City, Ka. 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 



Hattiesburg 

Charleston, S.C. 

Jackson 

Laurel 

Meadville 



Picayune 

Jackson 

Vicksburg 

McComb 

Waynesboro 



Columbia 

Laurel 

Prentiss 

Puckett 

Quitman 



Gulfport 

McComb 

Hattiesburg 

Lambert 

Hazlehurst 



356/Undergraduates 





Jernigan, Marilyn Yvonne 
Jernigan, Rhonda Lynn 
Johanningmeien, Mark 
Johnson, Bryan Allen 
Johnson, Debra Paget 



Johnson, Gary Douglas 
Johnson, Gary Dorain 
Johnson, Gordon C. 
Johnson, John W. 
Johnson, Libby Kaye 



Johnson, Nancy D. 
Johnson, Sam 
Johnson, Shelia Janice 
Johnson, Shelia S. 
Johnson, Steve Lee 



Johnson, Tara Lee 
Johnson, Tarry Joyce 
Johnson, Tonie Lynne 
Johnston, Barbara Ann 
Johnston, Margaret Jane 



Johnson, Shelly Anne 
Johnston, Sonya Dianne 
Joiner, Cheryl 
Jones, Alice Faye 
Jones, Barry Kent 



Jones, Deborah L. 
Jones, Doris Ann 
Jones, Edith Lynn 
Jones, James Larry 
Jones, Kathleen Mollie 



Jones, Lawrence T. 
Jones, Lisa Marchelle 
Jones, Mary Lee 
Jones, Robert Michael 
Jones, Sally Anita 



Jones, Susan Lynn 
Jones, Teresa Katherine 
Jordan, John K. 
Jordan, Mary Melissa 
Judge, Marsha Ann 



Gulfport 

Gulfport 

Metairie, La. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Canton 



Laurel 

Baxterville 

Gray, Ky. 

Meridian 

Laurel 



Hattiesburg 
Andalusia, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

Picayune 

Fultondale, Ala. 



Vicksburg 

Stateline 

Meridian 

Biloxi 

Mobile, Ala. 



Bay St. Louis 

Vicksburg 

Ocean Springs 

Florence 

Prentiss 



Hurley 

Laurel 

McComb 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Gulfport 



Ocean Springs 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Bay Springs 

Petal 



Quitman 

Long Beach 

Jackson 

Smithdale 

Liberty 



Undergraduates/357 



Junkin, John R. II 
Kahn, Lauren M. 
Kaiser, Alan Bryant 
Kay, Mary Cathernine 
Kelly, Dinnie D. 



Kelly, Martha Sue 
Kennedy, Linda Jane 
Kent, Alma Lee 
Kern, Donald Eugene 
Keyr, Charles 



Kiehm, Pamela Rita 
Kinberger, William Stanley, Jr. 
Kinnison, David G. 
Kinsey, Peter Cave 
Kirkwood, Lela Marie 



Kirschenbaum, Richard Thomas 
Klein, Kathleen Collins 
Knight, Tom Arthur 
Knighton, Linda Kay 
Koen, Martha Ellen 



Kohnke, Leigh Ann 
Korn, Gary Allen 
Kraft, Paul Allan 
Krebs, Sharon Marie 
Kuemmerle, Christine 



Kwong, Lydia H. 
Laakso, Peggy Sue 
Labarre, Lois Haralson 
Labarre, Oscar Putnam 
Labat, Myron Bruce 



Lacour, Dawn Marie 
Ladner, Dianne E. 
Ladner, Jack R., Jr. 
Ladner, Susan Marie 
Ladnier, Jeanie Marie 



Lanaux, Hilda Clare 
Land, Edward Lawrence 
Landers, Victor Wayne 
Landrum, Jeff C. 
Landry, Cynthia Alice 



Natchez 

Doylestown, Pa. 

Vicksburg 

Laurel 

Vicksburg 



Quitman 

Biloxi 

Waynesboro 

Waveland 

Columbia 



Meridian 

Long Beach 

Yazoo City 

Brookhaven 

Pascagoula 



Vicksburg 

Vicksburg 

Tokyo, Japan 

Brookhaven 

Mobile, Ala. 



New Orleans 

Jackson 

Canton 

Moss Point 

Pleasantville, N.J. 



Greenwood 

Hattiesburg 

Vicksburg 

Vicksburg 

Bay St. Louis 



Kenner, La. 

Lumberton 

Columbia 

Pearlington 

Ocean Springs 



New Orleans, La. 

Union 

Holt, Ala. 

Clinton 

Lucedale 



358/Undergraduates 




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Landry, Victor Jeffrey 
Lane, Helon Elizabeth 
Laroy, Michael Rex 
Latham, Cynthia 
Latta, Randy Joe 



Lawrence, Bobby John 
Lawrence, Steven Rand 
Lawson, Nancibeth 
Lee, Archie Robert, Jr. 
Lee, Barbara Jean 



Lee, Greg J. 

Lee, Joe Thomas 

Lee, Karen 

LeNoir, Elizabeth Anne 

LeNoir, Jamie Rae 



Lett, Thomas Prince 
Leuenberger, Ernie 
Levy, Gary Marvin 
Lewis, Betty Jelynn 
Lewis, Denise Carolyn 



Lewis, Donna Marie 
Lewis, James Elton 
Lewis, Margaret Anne 
Lide, Carmen Yvette 
Lidinsky, William Arthur 



Lightsey, Barbara Ann 
Lightsey, James Michael 
Lister, Opal Annette 
Little, Elaine 
Livingston, Ann Gaylen 



Logue, Anne Marie 
Lionberger, Florence D. 
Lockett, Linda Anise 
Loe, James Robert 
Loflin, Harlan S. 



Lucedale 

Tunia 

Rogersville 

Atmore, Ala. 

Birmingham, Ala. 



Biloxi 

Tylertown 

Hattiesburg 

Petal 

Dayton 



Prentiss 
Prentiss 
Natchez 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



Moss Point 

Gulfport 

Lakeland 

Natchez 

Gulfport 



Gulfport 

Meadville 

Jackson 

Pascagoula 

Bemiall, Minn. 



Laurel 

Laurel 

Pensacola 

BlythevilleAFB.Ark. 

Moss Point 



Jackson 

Biloxi 

Hattiesburg 

Picayune 

Gulfport 



London, Sue Ann 
Long, Karen Louise 
Looman, Kevin Bryce 
Lott, James Michael 
Lott, Sylvia Ruth 



Tupelo 

Sylvester, Ga. 

Canton, Ohio 

Long Beach 

Vicksburg 



Undergraduates/359 



Low, Harlan G. 

Love, Sarah Catherine 

Lovelace, Leo B., Jr. 

Lowery, Bill 

Lowery, Herman Douglas 



Lowery, Jimmy 
Lucius, Ruby LaNell 
Ludwig, Mary Ruth 
Lutrick, Sandra Lee 
Lutrick, Tim L. 



Maclnnes, Kathleen E. 
MacKenzie, Jana Lee 
Mack, Bobbie Jean 
Magee, Hattie Ruth 
Magee, Patricia Ann 



Magroder, James Scott 
Mailes, Patricia Ann 
Mallery, David Paul 
Mallette, Betty Jean 
Mallette, Roger William 



Malone, Debbie Marie 
Malone, Dennis Fred 
Manaway, Sarah Jane 
Mangin, Beverly Ann 
Mangum, Marsha Joyce 



Mannino, Jean 
Manthey, Ronald Eugene 
Marquez, Marilyn 
Marsalis, Ira Jean 
Marshall, John George 



Biloxi 

Quitman 

Gulfport 

Moss Point 

Hattiesburg 



Tylertown 

Jackson 

Ocean Springs 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Pensacola, Fla. 



Westminister, Calif 

Hartford, Ala. 

Laurel 

Summit 

Jackson 



Biloxi 

Biloxi 

Biloxi 

Moss Point 

Columbia 



Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburg 
Ocean Springs 
Mendenhall 



Moss Point 

Gulfport 

Laurel 

Summit 

McComb 







360/Undergraduates 




Marshall, Susan E. 
Martin, DavinaM. 
Martin, James Michael 
Martin, Julie Acker 
Martin, Maureen Katherine 



Mascagni, Julius Randall 
Mason, James Earl 
Mason, Karen Sue 
Massey, Carmen Deborah 
Masseyofgrossout, Barbara 



Massingale, Johanna 
Masson, Glenn Joseph 
Matter, Don James 
Mauffray, Conrad Lex 
Mawk, Thomas Dean 



Maxey, Conna Rebecca 
May, L. Kathy 
May, Sandar Jean 
May, Yvonne Marie 
Mayfield, Charles Wesley 



Mayfield, William Mabry 
McCain, Kathy Darnell 
McCarthy, Lynn 
McCarthy, Patricia Spencer 
McCarty, Steve James 



McClendon, Paula Victoria 
McCleskey, Donald Eluis 
McCleskey, Jon Warren 
McComb, Kathryn Louise 
McCormick, Audic Reece 



McCorstin, James B. Ill 
McCorey, Deborah 
McCorkhead, Dingbat 
McCoy, Megan Elizabeth 
McDonald, Jans Marie 



McCrory, Anne P. 
McCrory, Joanne, Arlene 
McCrory, Kenneth M. 
McCullough, Enery Stephen 
McDermott, Robert Edward 



Winnetka, III. 

Pascagoula 

Meadville 

Bay St. Louis 

Pascagoula 



Natchez 

Eupora 

Newton 

Pascagoula 

Gravel Pit 



Meridian 

New Orleans, La. 

Williamstown, Pa. 

Bay St. Louis 

Slate Spring 



Gulfport 

Bay Springs 

Magee 

Taylorsville 

Prentiss 



Shreveport, La. 

Columbia 

Jackson 

Ocean Springs 

Olrey, Md. 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Biloxi 

Vossburg 



Birmingham, Ala. 

Pascagoula 

Fort Polk, La. 

Philadelphia 

Pass Christian 



Jackson 

Hazlehurst 

Forest 

Magnolia Springs, Ala. 

Providence, R.I. 



McDonald, Iris Elaine 
McDonald, Kathleen Mary 
McDonald, Patricia Darlene 
McElveen, Cheryl Susan 
McEwen, Elizabeth Anne 



McFayard, Jon Wayne 
McGinnis, Bobby 
McGinnis, LuAnn 
McGraw, James Rickey 
McGuire, J.Chris 



McGuire, Nancy Gaye 
McGuire, Stephanie Ann 
McKasson, Jeffrey Lee 
McKinley, Jeana Katherine 
McLaughlin, Bradford Joseph 



McLaughlin, Maura Delaney 
McLaurin, LulaMae 
McLean, Olivia Latille 
McLeod, YvernneeGelda 
McMillon, Joe Raymond 



McMurtray, Susan Diane 
McNair, Earnie 
McNair, Jolyn 
McNeese, Joyce Jeanette 
McNeese, Kenneth Irwin 



McPhail, Michael W. 
McPhearson, Mary Louisa 
McPhillips, David C. 
McRae, Steve Rollins 
McRaney, Gloria Kay 



McRee, William Charles 
McSwain, Betty Mae 
McSwain, Margaret Ann 
McVeay, James David 
McWhorter, Roy Van 



McWilliams, Jane 
Meador, Elizabeth Dean 
Meaut, Susan Annette 
Meece, Gary Alan 
Meeks, Beverly Diane 



Gloster 

Bude 

Tampa, Fla. 

Tylertown 

Ruth 



Cleveland, Tenn. 

Tylertown 

Laurel 

Jackson 

Macon 



Gulfport 

Gulfport 

Creston 

Vicksburg 

Laurel 



Ocean Springs 

Picayune 

Biloxi 

Mobile, Ala. 

Gulfport 



Gulfport 
Magee 
Magee 

Jackson 
Phoenix, Ariz. 



Hattiesburg 

Ocean Springs 

Temple Terrace, Fla. 

Columbus 

Florence 



Louin 

Richton 

Richton 

Pascagoula 

Easley.S.C. 



New Orleans, La. 

Hattiesburg 

Ocean Springs 

Long Beach 

Gulfport 



362/Undergraduates 





Melsheimer, Deborah Anne 
Mendoza, Angel Augusto 
Mendoza, Cesar Enrique 
Mercer, Ray 
Merrell, James Richard 



Messer, Sherry Jo 
Metcalfe, Margaret 
Michon, Karen Diane 
Milan, Sandra Alane 
Miles, Dana Lorraine 



Miller, Anne 
Miller, BrendaGail 
Miller, Carroll Rebecca 
Miller, Joseph Hayden, Jr. 
Miller, Nancy J. 



Miller, Stephen Miller 
Miller, Stephanie Anne 
Milliry, David Carlton 
Mills, Mildred Marie 
Miner, Steve Kennard 



Miskel, Lucille 
Mitchell, Bessie 
Mitchell, Gary Hall 
Mitchell, Randy M. 
Moak, Clarence Albert 



Moellers, Susan Carol 
Moleski, John Lewis 
Mollere, Gail Elizabeth 
Moncrief, Ricky L. 
Montgomery, Beth Payne 



Montgomery, James H. 
Montgomery, Vernon Dale 
Moon, John Michael 
Mooney, Linda L. 
Moore, Kathleen Ann 



Moore, Linda Lee 
Moore, Mary O'Neal 
Moore, Norweda Lynn 
Moore, Susan Ann 
Moore, Thomas Wayne 



Vicksburg 
Honduras 
Honduras 
Enterprise 
Gulfport 



Columbus 

Canton 

Pascagoula 

Seminary 

Moss Point 



Bay St. Louis 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Leakesville 

Jackson 

Biloxi 



Jackson 

Vicksburg 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Ocean Springs 



Pascagoula 

Porterville 

Conshohocken, Pa. 

Carthage 

Biloxi 



Huntsville, Ala. 

Gulfport 

Gulfport 

Puckett 

Jackson 



Croydon, Pa. 

Jackson 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Jackson 

Pascagoula 



Jackson 

Moss Point 

Picayune 

Biloxi 

Gulfport 



Undergraduates/363 



Mord, Kathy 

Morgan, Andrea Michelle 
Morreale, LiseH. 
Morris, GaryQuintin 
Morris, Lanell Claire 



Morris, Susan Kay 
Morris, William M. 
Morrow, Gary Lee 
Moses, Trudy Diane 
Mosley, Beverly K. 



Moss, Jean Paulette 
Murphree, Patricia Beth 
Murphy, Gray Wayne 
Murray, Cynthia Louise 
Murray, Julia Belinda 



Myers, Danny Ray 
Naef, Linda 
Napier, William James 
Nazary, Marci Ann 
Necaise, David Michael 



Nelson, Brenda Anita 
Nelson, BrendaAnn 
Nelson, Ruth Katherine 
Nelson, Stephan Maxie 
Netterville, George Daniel 



Nettles, James Bruce 
Neville, Mary M. 
New, MelindaM. 
Newby, Carol Gay 
Newsome, Edna Patricia 



Newton, Joseph Benjamin 
Niblett, Peggy O'Neal 
Niblett, William Frazier, Jr. 
Nicholson, Kerry Howard 
Niesen, Connie Marie 



Nix, Amy Lawrence 
Nix, Jeffrey Lewis 
Nix, John H. 
Nix, Wayne E. 
Noland, Nanette 



Tylertown 

Mt. Olive 

Long Beach 

Biloxi 

Biloxi 



Hattiesburg 
Gulfport 

Hattiesburg 

Vicksburg 

Gulfport 



Lucedale 

Columbia 

Robertsdale,Ala. 

Woburn, Mass. 

Taylorsville 



Eddiceton 

Jackson 

New Orleans, La. 

Meridian 

Bay St. Louis 



Pascagoula 

Vicksburg 

Jackson 

Gulfport 

McComb 



Brookhaven 

Hurley 

Hattiesburg 

Brookhaven 

Laurel 



Wiggins 

Jackson 

Foley, Ala. 

Philadelphia 

Gulfport 



Picayune 

Hattiesburg 

Natchez 

Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 



364/Undergraduates 





Nolen, Palmer Gaillard 
Noll, Mary Alice 
Noona, John Patrick 
Northup, Margaret Louise 
Norwood, Barbara Sue 



Norwood, Debra Dianne 
Novinska, Cynthia Sue 
Nyers, James Jay 
Oakes, Abbb McAdams 
Oakes, Patrick Cole 



Oatis, Gwendolyn 
O'Dell, Angela Joella 
Odom, Debra Emily 
Odom, Shirley Ann 
Ofrvtt, LindaS. 



Ogletree, Frances B. 
Oliver, Luretha 
Oliver, William Dowe 
Olson, William Douglas 
Orange, Doyal Tyrone 



Orr, Homer Wayne 
Osborne, Holly Jeannette 
Osborne, Pamela F. 
Oswalt, Elizabeth Anne 
Otis, Gloria Jean 



Otis, Randy David 
Otwell, David Quinton 
Oubre, David C. 
Overstreet, Chandra Pettis 
Owens, James Aaron 



Owens, KathyS. 
Pace, Robert Gerald 
Pakis, Thomas Weston 
Palmer, James Ellis 
Palmer, Ricky Emerson 



Parker, Amy Lorece 
Parker, LeeO. 
Parks, Galdys Darlene 
Patrick, Neva Lane 
Patten, Sara Elizabeth 



Gulfport 

Gulfport 

New Orleans, La. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 



Brookhaven 

Fennimore, Wise. 

Pascagoula 

Greenville 

Hattiesburg 



Hattiesburg 

Pascagoula 

Shalimar, Fla. 

Millry, Ala. 

Gulfport 



Hattiesburg 

Laurel 

Moss Point 

Gulfport 

Waycross, Ga. 



Jackson 

Carthage 

Hattiesburg 

Columbia 

Biloxi 



Mt. Olive, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Shubuta 

Tylertown 



Brookhaven 

Mobile 

Ocean Springs 

Brandon 

Tyler, Texas 



Jackson 

Laurel 

Moss Point 

Puckett 

Poplarville 



Undergraduates/365 



Patterson, Zachary 
Pawlick, Debbie Lynn 
Pawlick, Brian Emmette 
Pawlowski, Costy 
Payton, Theodore R. 



Peacok, Cathy S. 
Pearce, Ellen Moree 
Peresich, Robert Lynn 
Perez, Steven James 
Peter, Donald George 



Peterson, Dennis Gerald 
Pevey, Sandra Kay 
Phillips, Gary Eugene 
Phillips, John Peter, Jr. 
Phillips, Mary Sue 



Phillips, MelindaAnn 
Phillips, Polly Elizabeth 
Phillips, Robert L., Jr. 
Piazza, Charlotte, C. 
Pierce, Jack James, Jr. 



Pigford, Carol Annette 
Pilcher, Penny 
Pinto, Rodger Philip 
Pittman, Rebecca Sue 
Plunkett, Leon Wilson 



Poole, Danny Joel 
Poole, Janet Lynn 
Poole, Sharon Marie 
Pope, Jacqueline Jean 
Pope, Jewel C. 



Porter, Darlene Renee 
Posey, Roderick Burl 
Powe, James 
Powell, Barton Marshall 
Powell, Pamela Anne 



Powers, John Carlton 
Price, Edward A. 
Price, Janet Elizabeth 
Pritchard, William F. 
Pryasiri, Joseph P. 



McComb 

Newport, R.I. 

Newport, R.I. 

Jayreville, N.J. 

Hattiesburg 



Jackson 

Brooklyn 

Biloxi 

Biloxi 

Middletown.N.J. 



Perkinston 

Jackson 

Biloxi 

Brookhaven 

Lorman 



Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Laurel 

Bay St. Louis 

Hattiesburg 



Meridian 

Gautier 

North Providence, R.I. 

Lumberton 

Aiken, S.C. 



Mansfield, La. 

Hattiesburg 

Poplarville 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Summit 



Foxworth 

Collins 

Hattiesburg 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Plymouth, Mich. 



Memphis, Tenn. 

Blythe, Calif. 

Jackson 

Pass Christian 

Ceylon 



366/Undergraduates 





Puckett, Michael Steven 
Purchner, Pamela Ann 
Purse, Philip L. 
Purvis, Garry Griffin 
Purvis, Keith 



Purvis, Mary Etta 
Pustay, Cathleeen Lillian 
Prater, Greg Allen 
Prather, Anita 
Prenshaw, Eric Richard 



Prescott, Terrie Lynne 
Presser, David Wayne 
Prestage, Margaret Pamela 
Price, Casey A. 
Price, George Wilson 



Prince, Chloe D. 
Prince, June 
Prysock, Fred Stephen 
Pugh, Bennie Anne 
Quan, Gilda 



Quick, Diane Elizabeth 
Quinlan, Diddy Anne 
Quinn, Roger Gordon 
Rachuba, Gary Joseph 
Ramagos, Shirleen Anne 



Randall, Marcia Lorraine 
Ranson, Cathy G. 
Ratliff, Jacqueline Elaine 
Ratcliff, Joseph Martin 
Rayborn, G. Ruth 



Raymond, Terry Elizabeth 
Redd, Anita Gayle 
Reed, Agnes 
Reed, Lavon Fluker 
Rees, Susan Kim 



Reeves, Carolyn Ann 
Reid, James Glennis 
Reid, Hayes Stephen 
Reihsmann, Robert Mark 
Renfroe, Alita Cassandra 



Jackson 

Gulfport 

Jackson 

Ahoskie, N.C. 

Raymond 



Raymond 

Pass Christian 

Richmond Dale, Ohio 

Meadville 

Hattiesburg 



Magnolia 

Hattiesburg 

Fulton 

Enterprise 

Biloxi 



Laurel 

Mize 

Hattiesburg 

Louin 

San Salvador, El Salvador 



Marianna, Fla. 

Waveland 

Pascagoula 

Pass Christian 

Natchez 



Long Beach 

Gulfport 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Sumrall 



Pearl 

Natchez 

Jackson 

Meridian 

Hattiesburg 



Long Beach 

Wiggins 

Pascagoula 

LaGrange 

Forest 



Undergraduates/367 



Rerry, John Michael 
Rey, Stephen Van 
Reynolds, Johnny Earl 
Reynolds, Kathy Firth 
Reynolds, Marc Frederic 



Reynolds, Sandra 
Rich, William Allen 
Richards, Keith M. 
Richards, Robert Ramsay 
Richardson, Dotty Jean 



Richardson, James Randall 
Richardson, Ramona Faye 
Richmond, Bonnie C. 
Rickels, Linda Ann 
Rigdon, James N. 



Riley, Sybil Jean 
Rimes, Brady Ray 
Rincon, Jose David 
Roach, Margaret Regina 
Robb, Melba Odette 



Robertson, Rita Kay 
Roberts, Barbara Ann 
Roberts, Carrie Jane 
Roberts, Cheryl Eileen 
Roberts, Cindy 



Roberts, Garry Lynn 
Roberts, James C., Ill 
Roberts, Mecia Ann 
Roberts, Mickey Ann 
Roberts, Sally Ann 



Roberts, Stephen H. 
Roberts, Vicki Suzanne 
Robinson, Kathryn Elizabeth 
Robinson, James L. 
Robison, William Edgar 



Roderick, Robin Lyn 
Roe, Lynn Angelique 
Rogers, Marian Kay 
Rogers, Robin Kay 
Rollin, Donna Marie 



Crystal Springs 

Goldsboro, N.C. 

Vicksburg 

Moss Point 

Pascagoula 



Natchez 

Columbus 

Pascagoula 

Biloxi 

Melbourne, Fla. 



Sacramento, Cal. 

Gulfport 

Hattiesburg 

Montrose 

Meridian 



Pattison 

Jackson 

Maracaibo, Venezula 

Newton 

Vicksburg 



Greenwood 
Mobile, Ala. 
Ocean Springs 
Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburg 



Sevierville, Tenn. 

Hattiesburg 

Meridian 

Gulfport 

Biloxi 



Bay Springs 

Wiggins 

Mize 

Gulfport 

Hernando 



Poplarville 

Biloxi 

Gulfport 

Laurel 

Metairie, La. 




368/Undergraduates 




Roquemore, Mary Ann 
Rose, Deborah Kay 
Rosenbush, Henry Bernard 
Ross, Linda 
Ross, Rebecca Ann 



Rossello, Dennis Lee 



Jackson 
Jackson 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
Prentiss 
Jackson 



Bridgeton.N.J. 



Rouhier, Claudia Ann 



Milton, Fla. 



Rumfelt, Gladys L. 



Jackson 



Rush, James Franklin, Jr. 
Rusk, John S. 
Russ, Marta Darlene 
Russell, David Harold 
Russell, Ruth Gilmore 



Rutledge, Phillip E. 
Sadler, F. Brent 
Saggus, Gerry P. 
Salmon, John Michael 
Salmon, Richard Thomas 



Sams, Mary Melissa 
Sanders, Barbara Ann 
Sanford, Sheila Kay 
Santeliz, Thais E. 
Saucier, Alan Duane 



Saucier, Julia Louise 
Saucier, Robert Willian 
Sauls, Jerry 
Sawyer, Deborah Lee 
Sawyer, John Wesley 



Ocean Springs 

Ocean Springs 

Picayune 

New Albany 

Hattiesburg 



Clinton 

Vicksburg 

North Augusta, S.C. 

Ocean Springs 

Ocean Springs 



Gulfport 

Laurel 

Collins 

Venezuela 

Hattiesburg 



Biloxi 

Biloxi 

Monticello 

Sarasota, Fla. 

Baton Rouge, La. 



, 



Undergraduates/369 



Schaller, Karen Sue 
Schifano, Ronnie 
Schilling, Jessica Ivy 
Schmidt, BrendaAnn 
Schmidt, Robert C. 



Schuenke, Judy Ann 
Scott, Susan Camille 
Segal, David Frenca 
Sekul, Bettye L. 
Selby, Ella Beth 



Sellers, Nancy Kelly 
Sentell, Anna Maria C. 
Sevier, John T. 
Seymour, Jan 
Seymour, June Marie 



Shannon, Rebecca Estelle 
Sharp, Bruce Marshall 
Shaw, John Gill 
Shaw, Rose Lee 
Shearer, Joyce M. 



Shedd, William Ralph 
Sheffield, Jane Elizabeth 
Sheffield, Rose 
Shepard, JoeM. 
Sherrard, Michael Edward 



Shields, Pam 
Sheils, Eleanor Ann 
Shoemaker, Ronnie Allen 
Shults, Deborah Lou 
Shumaker, Kathryn A. 



Sieg, Mike A. 
Sieger, Jill Karen 
Sieger, Richard G. 
Sills, Shellie Jean 
Simmons, Elaine 



Simmon, James L. 
Simpson, Margaret, Ann 
Sims, LisaC. 
Sims, Scott Crane 
Sinclair, Patricia Ann 



Benton 

Biloxi 

Vicksburg 

Metairie, La. 

Hatboro, Penn. 



Nerstrand, Minn. 

Picayune 

Jackson 

Biloxi 

Vicksburg 



Hattiesburg 

Ocean Springs 

St. Catharine, Mo. 

Biloxi 

Biloxi 



Shannon 

Pascagoula 

New Orleans, La. 

Perkinston 

Hattiesburg 



Heidelberg 

Linden, Ala. 

Gulfport 

Hattiesburg 

Columbia 



Moss Point 

Hattiesburg 

Lake 

Meridian 

Gulfport 



Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Slidell, La. 

Slidell, La. 

Jackson 

Ocean Springs 



Seaside, Calif. 

Laurel 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Columbia 




370/Undergraduates 




Singletary, Amy Claire 
Singleton, Freddie 
Singleton, Maurice E. 
Sinopoli, Charisse Elizabeth 
Skellie, Marilyn Virginia 



Slaughter, Jan 
Slaughter, Troy S. 
Sleeper, Charles M. 
Small, Martha Lynn 
Smith, B. Phillip 



Smith, Brenda Jo 
Smith, Charles Travis, Jr. 
Smith, Deborah Pauline 
Smith, Donna Maria 
Smith, Elizabeth Jan 



Smith, Gail Lynn 
Smith, Joseph Elbert 
Smith, Kathy Ann 
Smith, Laura Diane 
Smith, Linda Gail 



Smith, Lyda Marie 
Smith, Lyn 
Smith, Martha Lynn 
Smith, Meluin LaRay 
Smith, Michael Dwayne 



Smith, Patsy Elaine 
Smith, Randy Terral 
Smith, Rita Diane 
Smith, Samuel Stephen 
Sommers, John H. 



Sorensen, Karen Sue 
Sorey, Linda Kay 
Sowell, Mary Ross 
Speights, Cheryl 
Spencer, MarcyeA. 



Spiers, SelmaTameena 
Spinks, Mary Elizabeth 
Spriggs, Carmelia Mary 
Springston, Jolane Frances 
Stafford, Janis Lee 



Meridian 

Hazlehurst 

Bay St. Louis 

Gulfport 

Long Beach 



Jackson 
Jackson 
Jackson 
Beaumont 
Picayune 



Jackson 

Indianola 

Jackson 

Bay St. Louis 

Jackson 



Jackson 

Thomasville, Ala. 

Wausau, Wise. 

Florence 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



Slidell. La. 

Panama City, Fla. 

Picayune 

Brookhaven 

Brookhaven 



Gloster 

Louin 

Morton 

Bay St. Louis 

Gautier 



Petal 

Forest 

Mobile, Ala. 

Monticello 

Gulfport 



Picayune 

Thomasville. Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

Ocean Springs 

Gulfport 



Undergraduates/371 



Stahnke, Pamela Ann 
Stamm, Maureen Gay 
Stamm, Penny Lynn 
Stamper, Cynthia Kay 
Stanley, Pamela Anne 



Stark, Warren Charles 
Stauffer, Janet Louise 
Stauter, Sherry Ann 
Steadham, Connie Jo 
Steele, Mark Randall 



Steele, Virginia Lee 
Stegall, Sherry Diane 
Stegeman, Ronald Leo 
Stennett, Kathy E. 
Stephens, Karen Lee 



Stevens, Craig William 
Stevenson, Pamela Morris 
Stewart, Barbara Ann 
Stewart, Deborah 
Stewart, Nancy Dianne 



Stockstill, Tom H. 
Stokes, James Buroughs 



Stokes, Jennifer L. 
Stone, Richard N. 



Stovall, John N. 
Stowers, Rexford Van 



Strahan, Denise Eileen 
Street, Barbara Kathleen 



Meridian 

Bay St. Louis 

Bay St. Louis 

Hickory 

Jackson 



Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Moss Point 

Jackson 

Jackson 



Meadville 

Vicksburg 

Quincy, III. 
Taylorsville ] 
Mendenhall 



Philadelphia, Penn. 

Liberty 

Jackson 

Gulfport 

Pascagoula 



Picayune 
Philadelphia, Penn. 



Jackson 
Columbus 



Pascagoula 
McComb 



Pearlington 
Hattiesburg 



372/Undergraduates 





Street, Lonnie Watson 
Stribling, David Keith 
Strickland, Beverly Louise 
Stroud, Tommy Lynn 
Stuart, Donnie Lee 



Stuart, Paula Jeanette 
Sullivan, Dennis Edward 
Sullivan, Linda Diana 
Sumrall, Merris Emily 
Sutterfield, Jenny 



Swindall, Charles Michael 
Sydes, Mary Catherine 
Talley, Joseph Bernard 
Tanner, Mary Anne 
Tapper, Clinton Timothy 



Tarbov, Jacque 
Taylor, Deborah lone 
Taylor, Jeanne 
Taylor, Jewel Anne 
Taylor, Rebecca Ann 



Tempel, Helen Elizabeth 
Thames, Dale Clifton, Jr. 
Thames, Scott F. 
Thomas, Anita Marlena 
Thomas, Barbara Jean 



Thomas, Debbie Leigh 
Thomas, Doris Ann 
Thomas, Nancy Jean 
Thomas, Norris Lee 
Thomas, Ronald E. 



Thompson, Chester Coy 
Thompson, Cynthia D. 
Thompson, David E. 
Thompson, Pam Ruth 
Thompson, Paul Ray 



Thompson, William Wayne 
Thornhill, Harry Joe 
Thornsberry, Danny 
Thornton, Betty Joyce 
Thornton, Chester Sanders 



Lucedale 

Jackson 

Laurel 

Heidelberg 

Pelahatchie 



Laurel 
Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburg 

Laurel 
Moss Point 



Toomsuba 

Rustoru, La. 

Gulfport 

Mobile, Ala. 

Biloxi 



Jackson 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Smithdale 

Gulfport 



Jackson 

Seminary 

Hattiesburg 

Ripley 

Gulfport 



Ocean Springs 

Ripley 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Pascagoula 

Hattiesburg 



Pascagoula 

Lucedale 

Columbia 

Biloxi 

Morton 



Bassfield 

Tylertown 

Wheelwright, Ky. 

Summit 

Laurel 



Undergraduates/373 



1 



Thornton, Debra M. 
Threadgill, Gayle Lynette 
Thurman, Nancy Lynn 
Tisdale, Debby Lynne 
Tisdale, Paul A. 



Todd, Thelrna Ann 
Tomlin, Sue Ellen 
Touchstone, Charles A. 
Toups, Nancy Joann 
Travis, Karen F. 



Trigg, Madge Adele 
Trigg, Nancy Elizabeth 
Trussell, Jane 
Turnage, James W., Jr. 
Turner, Edwin Wray 



Turner, Judy Carol 
Turner, La Juana Merle 
Turner, Paul Vincent 
Turner, Wayne Edward 
Turno, William Moore 



Twiner, Kathy L. 
Tynes, William Donnie 
Ulmer, Larry James 
Upshaw, Morse Kilburn 
Valentine, Jackie Lynne 



Vance, Johnny Keith 
Van DeMotter, Jacqueline Ann 
Van Devender, Patricia Estelle 
Van Norman, Paulette 
Vaughn, Joyce Breland 



Vaughn, Larry Robert 
Vickers, James Joseph 
Walker, Jackie L. 
Walker, Richard Wayne 
Wade, D. Bruce 



Wade, Linda Sue 
Waggoner, Gregory Brian 
Waldrop, Jane Caroline 
Walker, Helen Francis 
Walker, Linda Sue 



Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Purvis 

Biloxi 



Ellisville 

Meridian 

Crystal Springs 

Moss Point 

Gloster 



Jackson 

Collins 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Shreveport, La. 



Lucedale 

Mt. Olive 

Columbus, Ga. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Wesson 



Bay Springs 

Tylertown 

Laurel 

Jackson 

Newton 



Meridian 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Hattiesburg 

Gloster 

Hattiesburg 



Hattiesburg 

Greenville 

Brookhaven 

Denver, Col. 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 



Brandon 

Carthage 

Columbia 

McComb 

Laurel 




374/Undergraduates 




Wallace, Barbara Fay 
Wallace, Bert M. 
Wallace, Mike W. 
Walley, Billy Wayne 
Walley, Deborah Amanda 



Walters, Betty Ann 
Walters, Sheila Ann 
Ward, Judy Paulette 
Ward, Wanda Karen 
Warnock, Ronald Albert 



Warren, Alfred 

Washington, Cassandra Renee 
Waterall, Clara Elizabeth 
Waters, James Melvin 
Waters, Vicki 



Watson, Belinda Gail 
Watson, GlendaAvise 
Watson, Mattie Elizabeth 
Watterson, Mary Anna 
Weatherby, Richard S. 



Webb, Cecil Raymond 
Webb, Steve Leroy 
Weber, Frances E. 
Webster, Karen Michele 
Weeks, Ray Norbert 



Weems, John William 
Welborn, DebraAnn 
Welch, Cheryl Denise 
Welch, Robin Noreen 
Welker, Susan Elizabeth 



Wellman, Mary Ruth 
Wells, Terence Loronzo 
Welsh, Nora Welsh 
West, Donna C. 
West, Kathy Diane 



West, Melanie D. 
Westbrook, Deborah Kay 
Weston, Lola Dorthia 
Weston, Marilyn Marie 
Wheat.James M. 



Gulfport 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Poplarville 

Morton 



Crystal Springs 

Newton 

Lena 

Brandon 

Vicksburg 



Osyka 

McComb 

Slidell, La. 

Clinton 

Pascagoula 



Ocean Springs 

Morton 

Laurel 

Jackson 

Magnolia 



Meridian 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Madison 

Foley, Ala. 



Columbia 

Terry 

Mobile, Ala. 

Foley, Ala. 
Hattiesburg 



Picayune 

Wade 

Moss Point 

Foxworth 

Picayune 



Ocean Springs 

Jackson 

Pass Christian 

Pass Christian 

Moss Point 



Undergraduates/375 



Wheeler, Marsha Aleice 
Whitaker, Ronald Lee 
White, Baxter Isaac, Jr. 
White, Glenn Louis 
White, James Henry 



White, Robert Steve 
Whittington, Mildred Ann 
Wicker, Fay Ann 
Wiley, Betsy Lee 
Wiley, David Bruce 



Wiley, Deborah Gayle 
Wilkinson, Glenn Edwin 
Williame, Willie Clarence 
Williams, Alvin Jerome 
Williams, Beth 



Williams, Bradley D. 
Williams, Bruce E. 
Williams, Don Michael 
Williams, Donna Marie 
Williams, Elizabeth H. 



Williams, Hershal Ray 
Williams, JanieC. 
Williams, Johanna 
Williams, Peggy Jean 
Williams, Randall Ray 



Williams, Sally Ann 
Williams, Billie Mena 
Williams, Willie Ross 
Williamson, Danny R. 
Williamson, Marilyn Lavinia 



Willis, ElvieA. 
Willis, SammieC. 
Wilson, Alyce Edwinna 
Wilson, David Stephen 
Wilson, Elizabeth 



Wilson, James William 
Wilson, Joseph Earl 
Wilson, PhilR. 
Wilson, Robert E. 
Wilson, Ronald Timothy 



Ellisville 

Columbia 

Columbia 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 



Pascagoula 

Meadville 

Forest 

Baton Rouge, La. 

Baton Rouge, La. 



Moss Point 

Liberty 

Moss Point 

Prentiss 

Columbia 



Springfield, Va. 

Chalmette, La. 

Niceville, Fla. 

Bay St. Louis 

Poplarville 



Dayton, Tex. 

Ocean Springs 

Brooklyn 

Lucedale 

Vicksburg 



Dadeville, Ala. 

Moss Point 

Laurel 

Collins 

Collins 



Newton 

Meridian 

Meridian 

Pascagoula 

Hattiesburg 



Monticello 

Greenwood 

Jackson 

Philadelphia, Penn. 

Meridian 




376/Undergraduates 




Wilson, Zula Jane 
Windham, Joan 
Windham, Rebecca Jean 
Winfield, John Allen, Jr. 
Winfield, Gordon Page 



Wingo, Nancy Ann 



Winkler, Marsha Anne 



Winston, Carol Jean 



Winters, Daphne Carol 
Witherspoon, Vernon Lee 
Womack, Wendell Taylor 
Woods, Dwanda 
Woods, Linda Darlene 



Woolever, Royce S. 
Wouldburn, Maryjane 
Wright, Anita Badeaux 
Wright, David E. 
Wright, E. 



Wright, John E. 
Wright, Sky Larkin 
Wyckoff, Jann Allen 
Young, Bonnie Sue 
Young, Eddie Earl 



Meridian 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Starkville 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



Laurel 



Philadelphia 



Vicksburg 



Jackson 
Bristol, Tex. 

Puckett 
Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 



Kingston, Ohio 

Smokecity, Mexico 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 

Pensacola, Fla. 



Lucedale 

Gulfport 

Meridian 

Biloxi 

Taylorsville 



Undergraduates/377 



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Index 



Administrative Officials 1 24 

Afro-American Cultural Society 308 

Alpha Epsilon Alpha 290 

Alpha Lambda Delta 249 

Alpha Phi Omega 31 1 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 208 

Alpha Tau Omega 226 

Angel Flight 297 

Arnold Air Society 297 

Association of Women Students 259 

Baptist Student Union 300 

Baseball 192 

Basketball 186 

Beauties 1 46 

Beginning 1 

Board of Trustees 1 22 

Business Administration, School of 1 38 

Business Student Advisory Council 292 

Cheerleaders 1 84 

Chi Omega 210 

Classes 316 

Concert Band 280 

Cwens 248 

Del Sur Company of L'Esprit de Corps 294 

Delta Delta Delta 212 

Delta Gamma 214 

Delta Sigma Pi 290 

Delta Zeta 216 

Education and Psychology, College of 136 

Examples 144 

Fine Arts 271 

Fine Arts, School of 1 40 

Football 174 

Gold Key Society 248 

Golf 198 

Graduates 316 

Greek God and Goddess 1 70 

Greeks 205 

Groups 202 

Hall of Fame 156 

Heads 120 

Home Economics Club 305 

Home Economics, School of 141 

Honoraries 244 

HYPER 143 

Individuals 314 

Interfraternity Council 207 

Intramurals 199 

Jazz Lab Band 282 

Kappa Alpha 228 

Kappa Delta 218 

Kappa Mu Epsilon 251 

Kappa Omicron Phi 253 

Kappa Sigma 230 

Lambda Alpha Epsilon 310 

Liberal Arts, College of 1 32 

Lilly Lingtree Lonely Hearts Club 243 



Maranatha 301 

Dr. William D. McCain 1 23 

MClub 311 

Meats 172 

Medical Technology Club 252 

Military 293 

Miscellaneous Organizations 304 

Miss Southern 151 

Mostly Pictures 20 

Mr. and Ms. USM 152 

Mu Phi Epsilon 284 

Newman Federation 302 

Nursing, School of 142 

Omicron Delta Epsilon 288 

Omicron Delta Kappa 247 

Orchestra Personnel 278 

Panhellenic Council 206 

Pershing Rifles 296 

Phi Alpha Theta 254 

Phi Chi Theta 290 

Phi Delta Rho 246 

Phi Kappa Phi 245 

Phi Kappa Tau 232 

PhiMu 220 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 285 

Photo Service 268 

Pi Beta Phi 222 

Pi Gamma Mu 251 

Pi Kappa Alpha 234 

Pi Omega Pi 288 

Pi Tau Chi 299 

President's Advisory Baord 260 

Pride 274 

Professional Organizations 287 

Pom Pom Girls 273 

Religion 298 

Scabbard and Blade 295 

Senate 258 

Seniors 319 

Society for the Advancement of Management 258 

Southern Christian Student Center 301 

Southerner 262 

Student Court 258 

Student Government Association 256 

Student Printz 264 

Symphonic Band 279 

Tau Beta Sigma 285 

Tennis 1 96 

Undergraduates 339 

University Activities Council 306 

University Madrigal Singers 283 

University Publications Board 270 

Varsity Band 281 

Wesley Foundation 303 

Who's Who 158 

WMSU 266 

Yellowjackets 310 



Index/379 



PHOTO CREDITS 



GREG JONES 



3B, 7A&B, 22 all, 23 all, 24 all, 25 all, 26 all, 27 all, 28A, 29B, 33 all, 42D, 43A, 44B, 45B, 48A&B, 49 all but A, 56A&B, 
62A&B, 63A.B.C, 72B, 78A, 79A&B, 84A,B,C,&D, 85A&B, 86A&B, 87A,B,&C, 88A,B,&C, 89A, 108A,B,&C, 133A, 
135B, 137B, 186A&B, 188B, 200B, 201 B&E, 258A, 274B, 276B, 277 all, 279A, 292A, 317CC, 324Z, 331Q, 360EE, 
377G, 205, 244, 250, 255, 261, 271, 287, 293, 298, 304, 380, 381, 382, 383, and 384. 

tony Mcmullen 

6e, 93b, 101 a, 169a, 192a&b, 193b, 194b, 195b, 196a,b,&c,291c, 270. 

becky rutter 

2A, 6A,B,C,D, 42A,B,&C, 52 all, 53 all, 69A, 72A, 96A&B, 97A, 100A.B, 1 12A, 201 C, 31 8X, 334Z, 338U. 

GEORGE CROOK 
30-31 all, 40-41 all. 

WALTER HARRISON 
132C,D,&E, 133B. 

JERRY GILMORE 
300A. 

WAYNE MALONE 
300B.C&D. 

MARGARET PETERS 
158B.161A, 169B&C. 

ROBERT PHILLIPS and VAUGHN WILSON are responsible for all other pictures in the yearbook. 




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Photo Credits/383 



The 73 SOUTHERNER Is a basic yearbook type yearbook, the only difference is that it has been 
presented In a different way than before. We attempted to show USM 1972-73 in respect to the 
Influences and events that shaped the year. It was not our purpose to bore you with meaningless 
copy and captions. We tried to capture In pictures the diversity of USM and we hope that we 
have pleased you, the students. 

Becky Rutter 
Editor 

A Special Thanks from the staff goes to: W. A. Benson, Jr., Mrs. Evelyn Watson, Mr. Harry 
O'Donnell, Mr. Bill Baggett, Jr., all from Benson Printing Co. 



Helping Heads, Hands, and Feet were: Robert Phillips, Vaughn Wilson, Peggy Meadows, Aunt 
Fay, Uncle Leon, Mr. D. C. Berry, Susan Gordon, Janet Oliver, Diane Turner, Mr. Warren Dunn, 
Mr. Marlow Robinson, Jane Armstrong, Randy Parke, Susie Paul, Mary Jane Richmond, 
Jeannette Galbragth, Jack Ward, Keith Dubuisson, Frannie Ladner, Susan Davis, June Moore, 
Roger Brinegar, and MR. W. E. KIRKPATRICK (advisor) 



The book was printed and bound by Benson Printing Company, Inc. In Nashville, Tennessee. 

The opening section (pages 1 to 16 Inclusive) are printed on 80 lb. gray Teton text. The remainder of the 
book is printed on Warren's Saxony Enamel. The flyleaves are Rose Graphic Weave. 

Heads throughout the '73 SOUTHERNER are In 36pt., 24pt., 18pt., and 12pt. Helvetica Medium. Body type 
throughout the book is set in 11pt., 10pt., 8pt., and 7pt. Helvetica Medium.